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On 12/15/2020 at 2:18 PM, JonnyFlores said:

It is not understood why this functionality disappeared in WebOS 5 ...
I have an Oled CX and I don't have this option.
Why?

Hi @JonnyFlores

I would imagine that LG have dropped the feature, possibly they have had feedback that it is not a regularly used feature by a majority of users, or programmatically it has become more of a problem to keep rather than develop.

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On 1/20/2021 at 5:07 PM, George Hofmeister said:

Hi @JonnyFlores

I would imagine that LG have dropped the feature, possibly they have had feedback that it is not a regularly used feature by a majority of users, or programmatically it has become more of a problem to keep rather than develop.

What was the last Web OS version to support this properly? And I would not mind going back in version. What can we do? 

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Plus one here for Multiview.   I call it Picture-in-Picture, it is all the same regardless of implementation differences. This is absolutely a useful feature on a giant monitor. The absence of the feature is the single biggest reason I have to dump my otherwise fine LG and to switch brands. Just a few highlights of how it is useful to me: I can participate in a live cycling game/workout and watch something else simultaneously. Or I can follow multiple events.   Or I can follow multiple sources covering the same event.      Reducing a monitor to only displaying ONE source at a time does not match how I use my electronic media.    Nobody keeps one app open on their phone or  computer. The same should be the case on the the TV monitor.

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On 2/21/2021 at 4:33 AM, Frank K said:

Plus one here for Multiview.   I call it Picture-in-Picture, it is all the same regardless of implementation differences. This is absolutely a useful feature on a giant monitor. The absence of the feature is the single biggest reason I have to dump my otherwise fine LG and to switch brands. Just a few highlights of how it is useful to me: I can participate in a live cycling game/workout and watch something else simultaneously. Or I can follow multiple events.   Or I can follow multiple sources covering the same event.      Reducing a monitor to only displaying ONE source at a time does not match how I use my electronic media.    Nobody keeps one app open on their phone or  computer. The same should be the case on the the TV monitor.

Totally agree. 

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