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trakt.tv

Tracks TV shows and films/movies watched, and time spent watching them

142 votes

Tagged as Integration

Created 19 December 2015 by Belle Cooper

Moved into Suggestions 31 October 2016

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    I was looking for a service like this over the weekend. Thank you for posting this, Belle! :)

    09 October 2017
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    I’m tracking the things I watch with custom tracking right now, but this integration would allow me to track time watched vs. whether I watched something or not. I think this looks useful.

    02 March 2018
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    Any update on this?

    15 May 2018
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    Whenever anything changes status, we’ll make it clear by moving it into the appropriate list. As long as you’re subscribed, you’ll be notified about the change.

    15 May 2018
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    An option that I’m experimenting with is using the ical export available to VIP subscribers, and adding it to Exist as an additional calendar.

    27 November 2018
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    Does trakt have watched status as iCal files? I thought that was only for scheduling.

    05 February
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    Trakt has a recent history ical feed on your profile history screen. Mine seems to go back a week, or 60 entries, which I think should be enough for Exist to collect stats every day. I just set this up, so hopefully it works.

    20 February
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    That’s for sure a possible workaround, but it would be perfect, if it could be an own attribute instead mixing it with appointments. Not to hijack the Trakt scope here, but with the iCal integration should be used to differentiate between multiple real calendars (like Private, Business..).

    20 February
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    I haven’t subscribed for VIP on Trakt. Does Trakt include time watched in the iCal calendar? I will look to try this workaround.

    30 May
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    Would love to see native integration with Trakt.tv

    01 June
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    In addition to time watched, I want to be able to track genres and age ratings as well.

    06 September