Appreciate you chiming in James. Let me take these one by one.
Extra favorite: yes but given who to user might be, it can complicate the experience. Then you have to potentially back all the way out to chose a different favorite. Lots of extra interaction required
Folder view: works but again if you go this route this issues I’ve pointed out are still in play.
All Movies: the collections are buried in the sort plus the user is usually looking for a specific movie and might not recognize seeing it especially if the collect has more than 4 titles in it. This app is a visual experience for many users and as such they are naturally looking at the movie thumb posters to locate their movie. Not a clean solution.
Collection favorites: will every user know the movie they are wanting to watch is actually in a collection. Again more selections and choices are required along with again having to back out with multiple button interactions in order to go see something else. Not a clean solution.
Fundamentally, there are two approaches here that are geared towards either a sophisticated use or a more general user experience. What has been pointed out falls in the first vein and no doubt will satisfy a number of households but that approach isn’t user friendly to some, which in my opinion, should be akin to one-stop-shopping. Simple to access, easily understood by all users of all levels of expertise and the least complicated to interact with. The addition of my request for an option to the sorting logic will complete that set and allow Infuse to be setup for either simple or more sophisticated households. Please consider implementing.