Skinamp wrote:At this moment there is no favorite listing at all.
And there will never be because our rating system is better than a favorite system. Your favorite movies are simply the ones you give the best rating. With our rating system, it's like you have several levels of favorite (excellent, very good, or just good).
Another bonus if you rate the movies you've seen => the program will analyze your taste to predict how much you'll like the movies you haven't seen yet.
Please give up the idea of marking your favorite movies and rate them instead, you'll see it's much better.
Skinamp wrote:My wife knows nothing about computers and databases, she sits next to me when i scroll trough the database. She points @ the movies she would like to see.
If it's just the movies she wants to see, it's not really her favorites, rather a wish list. Maybe there was a confusion here.
To keep track of the movies you want to see, you're supposed to use the "wished" icon.
If you already use the "wished" icon for yourself, then for your wife you should use the tags. Below the movie title there's "no tag" written in green. You click on it and input the word "wife". Now the movie is tagged with the word "wife" and you know it's a movie your wife wants to see. Then you can use the tag filter to list all the movies that your wife wants to see.