The site also launched on Monday a Top 10 list on the separate home pages for video, animation, gaming, music, and other categories.
Digg is testing a podcast page that ranks the audio files according to user voting, similar to how the site handles news and video.
In addition, the site launched on Monday a Top 10 list on the separate home pages for video, animation, gaming, music, and other categories. Digg, which launched two years ago this month, also added a feature to its video section that enables viewing without leaving the site.
The new podcast section incorporates all of Digg's standard voting, discussion, sharing, and bookmark features. Digg is a social network that lets users take content from the Web and offer it for listing on the site. How prominent the placement the content receives depends on how many votes the video, podcast, or news story gets from users.
Other redesign features include moving navigation tabs to the top of the homepage for easier switching between sections. The site also added enhancements making it easier to view content shared among people in their own networks.
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