Stacks are a great way to organize and present the content you’re passionate about and add your voice on why it matters. Now we’re letting others join the fun – stacks just got social.
With the latest Delicious update, you can now:
- Collaborate on stacks
- Comment on stacks and suggest new links for stacks.
- Build stack responses
- Create private stacks for yourself or a group
To learn more about each, please read on.
If you build stacks to share with a group, why not invite them to join the fun? Invite others to edit and add links to your stack for a joint compilation of the content you want to share with the world.
Found a stack about the most Atrocious Sweaters? You can now join in the conversation, commenting on individual links or the stack as a whole.
It’s also possible to suggest new links to help the stack creator improve their stack. Stack creators can choose to accept or reject suggestions to quickly and easily include them in their stack.
Why stop at commenting on a stack on when you can create a response? Stack responses allow you create a new stack of links that’s tied to the original. It lets you add your own voice and show your support, add a different point of view or just plain disagree with the original stack creator. So go ahead and create a response to educate the community on how Sweaters can be Stylish.
Stacks created as a response also include a reference to the original stack.
You might not always want the full community to see what you’re sharing, which is why we have enabled Private Stacks. You no longer have to publish a stack, instead invite only the people you want to collaborate with and keep it to yourselves. Share links around a project at work, research a new kitchen or share favorite engagement rings with your yet-to-be-announced fiancee.
Delicious has always been a social platform, and these new stack features make social an even bigger part of what we’re about, allowing communities to collect and display their passions from across the web.