NETFLIX has so many genres and categories to choose from it can be overwhelming.
But now a Netflix subscriber has shared a secret shortcut that can get true crime fans to the content they crave quickly.
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Taking to TikTok, user Laura Lindsay shared a short video titled ‘Netflix hack for all you crime bingers.’
She told people they needed to type a four digit code – 9875 – into the search function rather than writing out a documentary's title in full.
She then added in a message: "Every single crime documentary…Thank me later."
It isn't the only code Netflix users can add to get to their content of choice faster.
For example code 1568 will take a user to Sci-Fi and Fantasy, while 7424 will bring up anime, as long as a subscriber adds a forward slash at the end.
The hack comes after Netflix announced a game-changing new way to search for films.
Now, Netflix has introduced a new category just for films under 90 minutes in running time.
Called Movies Under 90 Minutes, the category is even broken down into sub-sections by genre, so users can select a comedy or documentary with ease.
Netflix's official Twitter account has already made some suggestions to users to search for within the new category.
The tweet read: "If 2 hour films feel like too much of a commitment (but somehow 10 ep series don’t?) this is for you: Movies Under 90 Minutes."
Suggestions included the Oscar-nominated Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, classic comedies including Space Jam and Monty Python and the Holy Grail as well as acclaimed horror, His House.
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