I think there should be a way to learn how many movies we have watched in a month on imdb app or imdb website. Do you agree?

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ubasarsahin

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Posted 6 months ago

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bderoes, Champion

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You can see the date you rated a title on the Your Ratings page. But counting them by hand can be tedious if you rate a lot.

You can Export Your Ratings and use a spreadsheet to help you count. See the 3-vertical-dot menu button:

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ubasarsahin

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I mean like lists for every single month? this is a bit tiring actually.I see it now there is no easy way.
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bderoes, Champion

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Keep one custom list, and use Export to analyze the monthly viewings.
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Nikolay Yeriomin (Mykola Yeromin), Champion

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ubasarsahin, I have a handwritten list of movies I update every day plus a plethora on IMDb and YouTube and a digital back-up for better searches through feature films. It's not that tiring to have a list if it's an established habit, and most people need a week or two to establish one. 
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Zach Frank

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I think your idea is smart. The rating system should adjust per how many reviews we leave. Good or bad, once we reach 100, or 50 or whatever the criteria is then we have a higher impact on the rating of the movie.
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Zach Frank

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I know that’s a perfect world, but actually leave a few “real” reviews and after so many likes we get upgraded to “premier” status or whatever it may be. We weigh higher on the rating system than a first time user.
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Ed Jones(XLIX)

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ubasarsahin
Export a list to an Excel spreadsheet platform.