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Digg Brings Back Digg v3 Features, Including “Bury” Button

October 12th, 2010 10:57 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

After incredible user backlash a recent poll on whether Digg should bring back the controversial “Bury” button, DIgg CEO Matthew Williams today confirmed that the social news aggregator would be bringing back many of the beloved Digg Version 3 features.

“Recently, we’ve been reinstating a number of the features that many of you loved about Digg. In the past two weeks we’ve brought back the “Upcoming” section, started restoring user profiles from the previous version of Digg, and made small but important tweaks to the site including better pagination. In the next few weeks we’ll bring back the bury button, restore all user profiles (including comment and submission history), add filters and navigation for videos and images, provide a tool for users to report comment violations, and update the Top News algorithm and overall site design based upon your feedback. The result will hopefully be a much better web site experience.”

It seems as though post-revolt Digg is now treading carefully with regards to user feedback, provided users with a full-on survey regarding Digg Version 4 changes.

Source: Digg Brings Back Digg v3 Features, Including “Bury” Button

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