Our new feature we’re calling Digg Deeper is finally available for everyone.
When you sign up, our algorithms will begin surfacing the most compelling, and highly-discussed stories and videos from your endlessly overwhelming Twitter feed. You’ll see these stories and videos — as well as which friends and outlets shared them — displayed in a new personalized section of the Digg homepage.
You can also have everything sent to you directly via email alerts and mobile notifications, as frequently or infrequently as you want. For you iOS users, we just released an updated version of our app that includes Digg Deeper alerts.
So why use Digg Deeper? Think of it as having your own personal team of Digg editors who alert you to the most important things from your Twitter universe so you don’t ever feel that you’re missing anything. And unlike our real editors, it’s free.
We’ll be building lots of additional features in the coming weeks and months, including a personalized daily email and an expandable version of Digg Deeper on the homepage. We’ll also be working to incorporate Digg Deeper into Digg Reader (say that ten times fast).
In the meantime, we want to hear your feedback and requests. Please leave them in the comments, or email them to Digg’s CTO Mike Young at email@example.com.