Digg has rolled out a revamped version of its site, aiming to make the platform more social and personalised.
According to a blog post made by Digg founder Kevin Rose, the Digg version 4 is a lot quicker, personalised and social centric than previous versions of the platform.
Rose added that the Digg version 4 was just the first part of what he describes as an "on-going, iterative process, involving lots of input from all of you."
“Our goal has always been for Digg to be a place where people can discover and share content and conversations from anywhere on the web. With Digg v4, we are introducing a few things that will make discovering and discussing news a lot better,” Rose wrote.
The new Digg will allow users to submit articles, Digg content and load pages at a much faster rate.
In terms of personalisation, users will now be able to create a new custom news page called 'My News', which will let users access content from their friends and the publishers they are following.