Goodbye pesky freeloaders! With the new PIN-protect Netflix feature, you can block out any unwanted users from accessing your profile. The new addition was designed to protect families with children but also works to totally annoy your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend.\nIn a blog post from Netflix's Media Center, Kids Product Manager Michelle Parsons announced the new feature calling it "More choice and control for families".\nParsons writes that now users can "PIN protect individual profiles, filter out titles that are not appropriate for their age, remove individual series or films by title, [and] easily review each profile’s setting".\nThough mainly for parents to control the access their kids have to titles on the streaming platform, it can also be used to drive unwanted people out of your account.\nThe steps to create a PIN are super easy. First, access your account from a web page. Then go to Account, scroll down to Profile & Parental Controls, pick your desired profile and click the down arrow to expand the selections.\nFrom there find Profile Lock and click Change. That will redirect you to a new page where you'll be prompted to re-enter your Netflix password. Which adds extra security against your sibling or ex who has been logged into your account for years and likely don't remember your password.\nNetflix Media Center\nAfter inputting your password, you'll see "Lock this profile by creating a 4-digit pin" and you can check the box to say yes and create your new PIN.\nFor those with young kids, or who want to get revenge by blocking Stranger Things or Tiger King from ever popping up on someone's profile again, you have that option too.\nUnder the Profile & Parental Controls section, you'll see Viewing Restrictions which you can click and submit your password again.\nNetflix\nThen you have the option to limit the maturity ratings for individual profiles. On the same page, you can also type in individual titles that you don't want to show up at all.\nNetflix\nBut don't worry, that won't get rid of your beloved Tiger King from every profile, just the one you individually select.\nParsons ended the blog post writing, "Choice and control have always been important for our members, especially parents. We hope that these additional controls will help parents make the right choices for their families."\nAs always, you can review what each user on your account has been watching lately. Plus you can turn off autoplay trailers, a feature that was introduced in February to stop the annoying previews that pop up while you browse for something to watch.\nNow you can enjoy streaming on Netflix Party with your friends in peace or check out the new arrivals for April without another user messing up your must-watch list.