We use Kodi as our main media player, but one thing it's really lacking is a centralised way of it managing what you've watched, paused, etc across multiple devices, and I wanted to try to set it up a bit better so when I watch on one device it's recorded the 'watch' on others, etc. From what I can see there are three usual methods; 1) syncing to a MySQL database, which I tried a few years ago and found to be a ballache to set up and very sluggish in use 2) using Trakt to log watched shows and movies 3) Using Emby Server and the Emby addons in Kodi and let Emby keep track of whats been watched and paused, etc. I have been using method 2, which has been fine, but it's not perfect, as it means every device only sends or picks up the info when it syncs with Trakt, so you can't really pause on one device and pick up on another. Is anyone using method 3 successfully? Does it keep sync well? And what about when the Emby server is down? I can see that in Emby Server you can add direct paths for folders as well as the local paths so presumably that info goes over to Kodi so it can play directly? And when it comes to using Trakt (to log watched history) is it best to disable it in Emby and let Kodi do it, or vice versa? Hope that makes sense.....!