Netflix is introducing a new feature that will please users who despise having to watching the opening credits of the TV show they're binging over and over again.

Showing once again that Netflix really understands just how lazy and impatient we all truly are, the streaming service is currently testing a button that allows users to skip the opening sequences of certain television shows.

The feature has yet to be made available across all media platforms, but desktop users have already reported seeing and using the new time-saving function. Some shows are not yet compatible with the feature, but Netflix expects to complete a full rollout by mid-2017.

Netflix appears to be shaking up its service this year. Just last week it announced its five-star rating system will be replaced by a simple thumbs up or thumbs down.

In other news, Bill Gates tops Forbes 2017 rich list, while Trump slips 220 places.

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