Exodus Redux is able to use the Trakt.tv service to keep all your favorite TV shows and movies organized on the cloud, this is specially helpful if you want to keep your favorites synchronized across your devices running Kodi.
In this tutorial we’re going to take a look at Trakt.tv and how to use it with Exodus Redux. If you need help installing Exodus Redux please read How to install Exodus Redux and Lambda Scrapers on Kodi.
Quick Intro to Trakt
Trakt.tv is a free service that lets you organize your favorite TV shows and movies, it helps you to keep track of the things you’re watching on TV. Trakt integrates with a lot of popular media center software and you can use it from a browser or smart phone app. We are going to focus on two specific Trakt features: Collection and Lists.
Be aware that the Watchlist is a temporary list, this means that the movies and shows on this list will be automatically removed once they are marked as watched. On the other hand, the Collection and custom lists are persistent.
Try adding a couple of shows to your collection and check out the other features to familiarize yourself with Trakt, once you are ready let’s switch to Kodi.
Set up Trakt on Exodus Redux
You can use Exodus Redux to get access to your Trakt Collection, Watchlist and custom lists within Kodi. Let’s configure Exodus Redux to use your Trakt account. Launch Kodi and open Exodus Redux.
Authorizing Trakt will enable the My Movies, My TV Shows, New Movies and New episodes sections on Exodus Redux’s main menu.
How to access Trakt with Exodus Redux
Exodus Redux lets you access your Trakt Collection, Watchlist and custom lists within Kodi.
How to add items to Trakt using Exodus Redux
You can manage items on your Trakt Collections, Watchlist and custom lists on Exodus Redux using the Trakt Manager context menu.
Authorize your Trakt account on all your devices with Kodi and Exodus Redux to keep them synchronized. Exodus Redux will take care of automatically marking your episodes/movies as watched on Trakt.