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Reject if on Netflix

darrylmorley asked for this feature about 1 year ago — 8 comments

darrylmorley commented about 1 year ago

I'd love to be able to save room on my server by automatically rejecting programs and movies being added if they are already on Netflix.

| harrv commented about 1 year ago

Or remove the request button in the first place, for movies and TV that are on Netflix. (A reason, or red N could be shown in place of the request button.)

bcsteeve commented about 1 year ago

I've wanted this for a long time, but it is something that should be implemented at the Sonarr/Radarr/etc level, not Ombi. A user should put in the request and it should go to [let's use Sonarr as an example], which should return that it is available. Sonarr should then "add" it to Plex and Ombi should notify the user. In Plex, it should treat it like a Channel and simply be a link to the video. But this is a big undertaking because Plex (primarily) would have to integrate it... and they don't do anything their users want without some serious teeth pulling. Besides, there would also have to be a guaranteed and reliable method for seeing what's on Netflix. That in itself is no easy feat.

| joscross49 commented about 1 year ago

This would be absolutely fantastic if this could be implemented directly in Ombi. An auto reject if the show/Movie is on Netflix or even removing the request button. I am tired of getting requests to download hundreds of GB of Breaking Bad when every episode is on Netflix already. I think implementing this on the Plex level and including Sonarr/Radarr is making a mountain out of a mole hill. If it's on Netflix then the user should be able to just go to netflix and find the title on their own. I don't need my plex library cluttered with extra channel and links. I especially don't want anything showing in Sonarr/Radarr/ Plex that isn't physically in my library.

| bobbintb commented 12 months ago

To expand on this, justwatch.com will let you search for a movie or show and tell you what services you can stream, rent, or buy it on. It would be nice if this information is reflected when a user searches for a request so they might not have to make a request in the first place. It would also be nice to control this on a user level, much like auto approve, request limit, etc. That way you can set it to automatically deny for a user if you know they have Netflix or Amazon or whatever.

As for this being handled by Sonarr, I wholeheartedly disagree. Ombi's role is to be a front end to all these systems. If you are even using Ombi at all, any sort of issue with requests should be handled by it. From a systems workflow perspective, it just makes no sense to handle this sort of thing on the backend. There's a lot more flexibility if you handle it on the frontend anyway.

hagabla commented 8 months ago

Which countries netflix? What if you have users from different countries?

| goldenpipes commented 7 months ago Admin

The justwatch.com thing is perfect! When ombi does its search for a movie or show, run a query on justwatch for and have icons in the listing for places its available to watch streaming, as well as the option to request it. That could be a real killer feature!

| dlynch29 commented 5 months ago

This would be amazing. I would love to be able to select which services to allow requests on, perhaps if it's available on only Prime Video I would still allow it to be requested, but HBO Now, Netflix, or Hulu I would block requests.

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