If you’re not one of the lucky few to already enjoy it, you might like to know that a major Klout redesign is coming your way. The update, which is one of the biggest in Klout’s history, includes a complete interface overhaul, new features and, according to Klout, a more accurate calculation of your Klout score.
If you’re not familiar with it, Klout is a web service dedicated to measuring social influence. By connecting your social networks to Klout, it can calculate a score which represents how influential you are to your friends and colleagues. To measure this score, Klout will now use 400 signals from 7 different networks, as opposed to only 100 signals before the update. This should make the score more accurate, at least for what it is.
As you can see in the screenshot, your Klout interface is about to get a serious facelift. While some of you may already enjoy the new interface, it will slowly become available to everyone over the next several weeks. As opposed to the current single graph, the new design features several informative charts and graphs, along with a more “social-networky” design to your page.
A brand new feature that’s also being slowly introduced is called Moments. Through Moments, you’ll be able to browse the most influential content from all your networks in one place, learning about the things that influence you and your friends. To get a glimpse at Moments, watch this video.
If you don’t use Klout yet, head over to Klout.com and sign up using Twitter or Facebook. It’s pretty easy to understand from there. What do you think of the new redesign? Can you see it in your account already?
Source: Klout Blog
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