[NO LONGER WORKS] Delicious has treated fans today to a new look and new features designed to bring Delicious into the heart of the social networking sphere. The new look is a great improvement, while the service now allows profile pictures and new ways to share links in order to be more sociable and visually appealing.
The new Stacks are the most interesting new feature, allowing anyone to create a public playlist around a theme. Users can pick several links to feature, then choose images, layout and order of the links for featuring publicly.
Users can now follow their favourite Delicious users, a new feature which has replaced the old Delicious Network. Unfortunately for users of the old Delicious Network, the old connections were not imported into the new system.
Privacy settings from the old Delicious have been maintained in the new Delicious as have tags and information on when links were saved.
The new Delicious has maintained the functionality of the old API and other useful [NO LONGER WORKS] tools such as RSS feeds.
The Bundles feature has been lost to the new Stacks despite the difference in functionality. Stacks essentially function as a featured tag which you need to manually update, while Bundles collected bookmarks from related tags into one list automatically. The new Stacks, however, can be saved by any user with one click.
Check out how to use Stacks.
What do you think of the new [NO LONGER WORKS] Delicious? Love it or hate it?
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