12:05 am December 7. We just went live with a bunch of new features. Enjoy...
All clippers now have the option to upload a photo and add info to their user profile. Now when you browse a member's clipmarks you can see who they are, learn more about them and contact them if they make their contact info available. You can also see their latest Clipmarks stats (and yours as
Left-side Clipmarks Navigator
To make navigating the site easier we’ve built expandable/collapsible modules for:
1. My Clipmarks -- with tabs for ‘My Folders’ and ‘My Top Tags’
2. Public Clipmarks -- with tabs for ‘Today’s Top Tags’ and ‘Today’s Top Clippers’
3. Stuff I Follow -- with tabs for ‘Clippers I Follow’ and ‘Tags I Follow’
Note: you will only see the My Clipmarks and Stuff I Follow modules when you’re logged in.
To help you keep up with the latest comments and conversations we’ve added a “Chatter” section to the right side of the page. It contains an auto-updating feed of comments as they occur on the site:
1. My Clips tab -- latest comments on clipmarks you’ve posted
2. Public Clips -- latest comments on all public clipmarks
3. Chatter I’m In -- latest comments on clipmarks you've already commented on
Live Two-Way Commenting
I guess a little Ajax never hurt anyone :) Basically, you and others can exchange comments on a Clipmark without ever refreshing the page — it feels just like an instant messenger.
Follow a Tag
Clicking the (+) sign next to a tag adds that tag to your 'Tags I Follow' list. The list is located in your 'Stuff I Follow' section in the left-side navigator.
Top Clippers For This Tag
Since Clipmarks is about connecting with (i) information, (ii) links to the sources of that information and (iii) people who are “into” that information, we now show the top clippers for each tag when you perform a search or click on a tag. Right now, it’s based on frequency of clipping, but we’re planning on making it more intelligent in the future.
You can now create a ClipRoll from any set of clipmarks (the link is below the left-side navigator). Customize the style of your ClipRoll (and preview it!) then paste the block of code we give you into your blog or web site. You can publish an up-to-the-minute feed of links to your Clipmarks, the Public Clipmarks or any other set of Clipmarks (say, all Public Clipmarks tagged "web 2.0").