The Disney+ launch wasn't ideal last week, but the service is certainly a success for Disney, with as many as 10 million users having already signed up.
However, the launch of the services has not been without early teething issues, with users reporting bugs and error messages.
A few days ago, we learned that you can disable auto-playing trailers on Disney+.
A "continue watching" feature appears to be in the works for Disney Plus.
In response to another user, Disney Plus tweeted Tuesday afternoon that "right now there is an influx of calls as customers due to how recent our launch was".
The good news is that the feature is coming, as Disney confirmed to ComicBook that it plans to launch it soon. There's no timetable for it, but Disney is working on it. "What you're seeing is a massive, traditional media company just not being prepared for this", Tripathy told Variety last week.
Subscription prices for the service are $8.99 a month (or $89.99 per year) and $NZ9.99 per month (or $99.99 per year).
The platform is home to thousands of hours of Disney content, including its acquisitions such as Marvel, Lucasarts (Star Wars) and 20th Century Fox. Disney also is offering a discounted bundle including Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $12.99 monthly.