Netflix Queue Sorter

By Maarten Last update Jan 5, 2014 — Installed 81,612 times.

Script Summary: v2.101 for Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari: shuffle, reverse, and sort your DVD Queue or Instant Queue by star rating, average rating, title, length, year, genre, format, availability, playability, language, etc.



Version: 2.101

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Installation instructions:

  • Chrome (everything works except the "update available" indicator):
  • Firefox:
    • Install the Greasemonkey add-on (v0.9.8 or higher).
    • Restart Firefox.
    • Install this script by clicking the "Install" link above.
    • Manage your scripts via the Tools-->Greasemonkey-->Manage User Scripts... menu.
  • Opera (everything works except the "update available" indicator):
    • Configure Opera to allow Greasemonkey scripts to be run.
    • Install this script by right-clicking on the "Install" button above and selecting the "Save Linked Content As..." option. Save the script to the directory you configured in the previous step, but rename it to "NetflixQueueSorter.user.js" so you can identify it later.
    • Restart Opera.
    • Manage your scripts directly in the directory you configured above.
  • Safari:
    • Install the NinjaKit extension.
    • Restart Safari.
    • Install this script by clicking the "Install" button above.
    • Manage your scripts via the NinjaKit toolbar icon or via the Extensions preferences.

Available options:

ShuffleShuffles your queue into a random order.
ReverseReverses the current list order. (Turns 1 through 100 into 100 through 1.)
Sort by TitleAlphabetically sorts your queue by movie title.
Sort by PlayabilityMoves all playable movies to the top (↑) or bottom (↓) of your queue. Does not change the order of all other movies in your queue. (DVD Queue only.)
Sort by Star RatingSorts all movies by star rating (the colored stars you see in your queue) from high to low (primary sort) and then by title (secondary sort). Use the Reverse button to sort from low to high rating.
Sort by Average RatingSorts all movies by average rating from high to low. Use the Reverse button to sort from low to high rating.
Sort by GenreAlphabetically sorts your queue by genre (primary sort) and then by title (secondary sort).
Sort by TV/MoviesMoves the Television genre above all movie genres (primary sort) and then sorts by title (secondary sort).
Sort by AvailabilityMoves the most desirable movies to the top of your queue. (Makes sure you're one of the first to receive new or hard to get movies.) Does not change the order of all other movies in your queue.
The sort order for the DVD queue is: future releases, very long wait, long wait, short wait, unavailable, now.
The sort order for the instant queue is: limited availability on top, the rest below.
Sort by LengthSorts your queue by length from short to long. For series discs, the length of just the first episode is shown (because you might only have time to watch one episode).
Sort by YearSorts your queue by year from high to low.
Sort by FormatMoves hi-definition movies above standard-definition movies.
The sort order for the DVD queue is: Blu-ray above DVD.
The sort order for the instant queue is: HD above streaming.
(Note: due to recent Netflix changes, formats cannot be retrieved for some series discs.)
Sort by LanguageAlphabetically sorts your queue by language.
Sort by Date AddedSorts your queue by the date you added movies to the queue (most recently added on top). (DVD Queue only.)
Sort by #ReviewsSorts your queue by the number of user reviews from high to low.
(Note: due to Netflix loading this data after the movie details page loads this data is no longer available, so this sort is hidden for now.)

Known Issues:

  • Please make sure you've uninstalled any and all old version(s) of this script via Tools-->Greasemonkey-->Manage User Scripts...
    Select Netflix Queue Sorter and press the Uninstall button.
    Then, if you haven't already, install the latest version of this script.
  • Chrome an Opera do not support cross-domain XHRs, so the script is unable to determine if an update is available (it needs to contact userscripts.org for that).
  • For some series discs, Netflix reports "the" movie length as total running time of all individual discs rather than the length of each disc.

History:

https://github.com/m5n/netflix-queue-sorter/com...

Acknowledgments:

Thank you!