Thanks to the GroupWatch function for Disney Plus, we will be able to watch the streaming platform’s documentaries, series and movies with six other friends.
In recent months, different extensions or applications have been increasing and that have allowed users to view, together with their friends and family.
During the pandemic, the options that allow us to watch movies or series with other people remotely have become popular, but most of these streaming offers do not have the option incorporated natively, which forces us to install applications or extensions.
Well, Disney Plus is currently testing a feature that will allow us to meet up with up to six friends remotely to view all their movies, documentaries and series. It might be available to everyone before the cold winter months arrive.
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Disney Plus has confirmed that some users in Canada are already testing the function called GroupWatch. It seems that this GroupWatch function can be accessed through an icon on the title page of a show or movie. We are still not sure if the entire catalog will be compatible or is it just some movies or series in particular.
Disney Plus has confirmed that it is a function that is currently being tested in Canada but the company intends to implement this function to other markets as well. The only requirement to use GroupWatch together is that all participants should have an active Disney Plus subscription.
This is especially useful, because it would allow us to chat with our friends at the same time as we watch a content, from the comfort of our home and without disturbing anyone like it happens in a movie theater. We are still not sure when this feature will arrive in Europe and US, although since it will not be too difficult to implement, it is likely to be available next months.