Netflix has stuck with its standard five-star rating system for years, but the streaming service soon plans to make a subtle tweak to the tool. Netflix will change its rankings from stars to a thumbs up and thumbs down system, according to The Verge.

The update, which is slated to roll out in April, will allow users to issue a simple thumbs up or thumbs down rating for movies or TV shows on Netflix.

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As The Verge notes, Netflix plans to add additional tweaks to its search formula. Titles will have a percentage mark next to them to show how much you’ll potentially like them. Search results and recommendations will also draw from Netflix’s global catalog.

Netflix vice president of content Todd Yellin told The Verge finding ways to more effectively match users with content played a big role in the change.

“Five stars feels very yesterday now,” Yellin said. “We’re spending many billions of dollars on the titles we’re producing and licensing and with these big catalogs, that just adds a challenge.”

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For Netflix, its recent content investments also played a role in the ratings change. The streaming service has built much of its success on exclusive TV shows like House of Cards and Stranger Things and the company wants to make similar inroads with its own major film releases. In December, Netflix will release Bright , an action-fantasy film starring Will Smith.

But with an increasingly deep catalog of movies and TV shows to draw from, Netflix wants to make sure that users aren’t overwhelmed by choices. With the streamlined review system, the company hopes it can pair you with content you want to watch more quickly and easily.