Screenshots: The New Delicious

If everyone else is pushing out the quick previews of the new Delicious, hey, we’ll add to the screenshot fodder for now. These are from an invite-only preview now out. There’s no set launch date for the public beta, but Delicious founder Joshua Schachter emailed those in the invite with, "While we still have a lot of work left before we launch, I’m happy to say that most of the major pieces are now in place."

The new home page:

New Delicious

The default "Hotlist" view on the existing site changes to "Popular Bookmarks," and you can toggle to the Explore Tags view:

New Delicious

Drill into a particular tag, and you can see Saves in new blue boxes along with breadcrumb-style trails that show related tags:

New Delicious

You’ve also got three levels of detail for viewing bookmarks. Compact or one-line mode:

New Delicious

Medium or two lines:

New Delicious

And large or three lines:

New Delicious

We expect to spin around later and look at how it actually works in more depth. In the meantime, TechCrunch has a short review, as does Search Engine Journal, and there will be more showing up on Techmeme soon. I’ll leave you with this massive screenshot of features as listed on the preview’s What’s New page:

New Delicious

Related Topics: Channel: Social | Yahoo: Delicious


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