Social news site and Digg competitor Mixx.com has rolled out a few new
noteworthy features today. Users that change their mind about content submitted
can now edit and/or delete with fifteen minutes of posting. Mixx has also
"spam" means and how users can and should "play nice" on the burgeoning social
site. Those changes in short are 1) no spam, 2) no conspiring to create
voting rings, fake accounts or using any means to manipulate the ratings or
ranking of a submission, and 3) a kind request to keep the self-submitting to a
minimum. Sounds fair enough.
Mixx also unveiled a feature which enables users to see "more from this
site," a tool that gives users (and admins) the ability to see all the content
submitted to Mixx from a specific URL. So for example, you submit this post to
Mixx and when viewing the details tab you will see that Website Magazine has had
fifteen stories submitted from various users.