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Instant Q is not available outside US!

This seems very odd, but it seems there is no way to make a list in my Netflix account (Ireland) of movies that I'd like to watch at a later point.

Often I will browse through the movies on netflix and find one's that look interesting, but I don't want to watch them just now. I thought there would be a way to favorite a movie or mark to watch later, but I can't find it.

I've resorted to creating a tumblr blog to store links to movies I find.

Am I missing something really basic, this seems like an obvious feature to be missing?

Some people say to use the 'Instant Queue' but this apparently is only available in the US!

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This is interesting: getsatisfaction.com/netflixuk/topics/… – William Jackson Jan 29 '13 at 3:34

I personally use the watchlist feature of trakt to mark movies and television shows that I want to watch.

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This is what your Instant Queue is for: a list of movies you want to watch. Just click the + Instant Queue button for a movie, then see the list at http://movies.netflix.com/Queue.

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For some extraordinary and very bizarre reason Instant Queue is only availble in the US! – Toby Allen Jan 28 '13 at 20:01

What I've been doing is simply click on the 'More Info' link, which you probably do already right?, and simply bookmark the address in a folder - 'NetFlix - Future' is mine. You can go back to it anytime and watch it or not.

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In Ireland there is now a watchlist feature online and also on my AppleTV so that seems to have finally solved the issue.

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There is no way to to this outside of the US, so here is what I suggest.. Get a pen, then a piece of paper and write a list of the movies you want to watch.

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Haha, good old paper. Have you considered this option: iprivacytools.com/ip-address-us – Jacob Jan Tuinstra May 9 '13 at 12:14

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