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Looking forward towards the ability to filter results with tags. I'll make sure to add some over time for the results I'm familiar with. Do I recognise the signature of Georges Duverger?
However, I'm less sure about the current mode of presentation of tags under results.
- what's the surplus-value of presenting them in this way, imo they're convenient to narrow down/select certain results, but don't add much in terms of the result itself. But maybe that's because they're too generic at the moment and in need of more specificity?
The most interesting tags (certainly in this mode of presentation, not in terms of filtering) won't be the ones that a result shares with other results, but the ones that seperates them from each other. More precisely, those tags will be the ones that couldn't be captured in a question, as they didn't fit the decision tree format.
- even if you deem it necessary to present them like this, I would present them in a gray tone similar to "tags". In black I find them too distracting, they seem to break up the vertical stack of results too much and left my eye wandering around.
Posted at: 2:01PM on Dec. 17, 2010. [ permalink ]
We've been working on making tagging more prevalent and the first bits of that are getting rolled out today. Results now have a set of tags displayed. You can add / remove tags if you're logged in.
Next up is filtering results by tag.
Besides being informative, tags are also used to help teach Hunch which results are good for you. All else being equal, two results that share a tag in common will be assumed to be more similar than dissimilar.
Posted at: 2:59PM on Dec. 16, 2010. [ permalink ]
The browse people page can still be found on the Contributor's Dashboard. Under the More menu, select Dashboard. From there hit the People link at the bottom of the page. This will take you right to the browse people page.
The Explore page has been canned from the navbar for now, but here's a link to it if you miss it.
Note: that link may break in the future as we change it
Posted at: 10:30AM on Oct. 11, 2010. [ permalink ]