Netflix announced a new consumer portfolio management service that will help consumers manage their Netflix subscriptions.
The service will allow users to access a curated list of Netflix videos that are stored on a user’s devices.
It will allow them to manage their subscriptions and add new ones at a later time.
The service is available to consumers with Netflix accounts that have been signed up for at least a year.
It was introduced in March, and will cost $29 per year.
“The service gives you a curated collection of videos that you can add to your Netflix library,” Netflix said.
“We’ve created a curated playlist of videos to help you keep up with what’s happening in the world.”
The service is similar to other Netflix services, like Netflix Pass, that let users watch streaming video content from streaming services such as Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus and HBO Now.
The company said that it is the first time it has offered a curated Netflix library.
Netflix Pass is a subscription service that lets users stream content from the video streaming service and other services from the Internet.
Netflix has struggled to attract users with its subscription services.
According to a May report from eMarketer, the average monthly user in the U.S. is just under 30.
That compares to Netflix’s average user age of 27.
Netflix has a $5 billion annual revenue and is currently in the midst of a restructuring effort to cut costs.