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YourVersion Launches First Discovery Engine that Lets Users Control ‘Relevance’ and ‘Recency’ of Results

Posted by YourVersion on April 16th, 2010.

Our discovery engine got a lot better today and it’s creating a lot of excitement in the air at the YourVersion office. Check out our new Discover page now!

Many of you have shared feedback that you would love YourVersion even more than you do now if you could get even better results. We heard you, and today we are pleased to announce the release of version 2.0 of our discovery engine, which has been under development for months.

What’s the big deal about the new discovery engine?
The new version of our discovery engine gives you results that are even more relevant to your specific interests.

We are now the first discovery engine that gives you the ability to sort your results based on how recently they’ve been published and how relevant they are to your interests. You can do this by using an exciting new feature called the Relevance/Recency Sorter on the Discover page (see picture below).

Relevance/Recency Sorter

How does the Relevance/Recency Sorter work?
It’s simple. The Relevance/Recency Sorter gives you a scale that allows you to adjust how much your results are sorted by ‘relevance’ or ‘recency’. Just click on one of the 5 boxes in the Relevance/Recency Sorter to sort your results the way you like.

Want to sort your results to be more relevant to your interest? Click on the ‘relevant’ box all the way to the left.
Want to sort your results to be the most recently published items about your interest? Click on the ‘recent’ box all the way to the right.

We hope you love this feature as much as we do! See what your results look like in the new Discover page right now.

Be sure to keep sending us your feedback about what we can do to help your create YourVersion of the web!

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Nice work guys! It would be great if you could add a share article link for Google Buzz.

Thanks!
Bill

Bill St.Pierre
April 22nd, 2010

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