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    For Washington Post Reddit followers: A little holiday gift
    Posted on Thursday December 21, 2017

    For Washington Post Reddit followers: A little holiday gift

    In May, The Washington Post launched our user profile on Reddit, and the months since have been quite a ride. We’ve hosted several Ask Me Anything sessions featuring journalists like Pulitzer Prize winner David Fahrenthold, the reporting trio (Stephanie McCrummen, Beth Reinhard and Alice Crites) who broke the story about Roy Moore’s sexual misconduct allegations and North […]

    Changes to Washington Post comments: October update
    Posted on Friday October 06, 2017

    Changes to Washington Post comments: October update

    Readers who sort comments: Your menu-clicking days are over. An update to the comment system released today will allow your chosen sort option — most liked, most replied, oldest first or newest first — to persist until you choose another sorting option. That highly requested feature is one of a few new items. Also on the […]

    Changes to Washington Post comments: Early-September update
    Posted on Wednesday September 06, 2017

    Changes to Washington Post comments: Early-September update

      Update: We released a fix this week eliminating an issue with browsers that block third-party cookies from loading the comments section. Parts of the post below have been updated to reflect this. *** The latest update to our new commenting system will help readers keep track of likes and replies and provides a new — […]

    Changes to Washington Post comments: Late August update
    Posted on Wednesday August 30, 2017

    Changes to Washington Post comments: Late August update

    We just launched the next version of our new commenting software and, by reader request, it includes sorting by most-liked, most-replied and oldest-first. As many readers have seen, we’re rolling out new commenting software on articles under our politics and business sections. It’s not perfect; it’s software in progress: We’ll be adding features and resolving […]

    Changes to Washington Post comments: Mid-August update
    Posted on Friday August 18, 2017

    Changes to Washington Post comments: Mid-August update

    As many of you might have already seen, The Washington Post is using new commenting software in a few targeted places: our politics section, our business section, blogs like The Switch and this page. We’re implementing new comment software to give readers, editors and moderators an updated set of tools to ensure Post readers can discuss […]

    Everybody Talk: Round 2 of testing for The Coral Project’s comment software
    Posted on Thursday June 15, 2017

    Everybody Talk: Round 2 of testing for The Coral Project's comment software

    Update: Thank you to the readers who have taken the time to experiment with the suite of commenting software from The Coral Project. Your feedback in the comment section below has been very helpful. To continue the testing, we’re launching Coral’s software in comments on The Switch, The Post’s technology blog. We’re still interested in […]

    Must Reads: We launched a newsletter to curate our best journalism for you
    Posted on Friday May 05, 2017

    Must Reads: We launched a newsletter to curate our best journalism for you

    On Saturday we launched a long-requested newsletter called Must Reads, which features five of The Post’s most ambitious or compelling stories of the week. It is designed to help readers who love great narratives, investigations, profiles or multimedia projects, but sometimes get too busy to look for them. You can sign up for the newsletter here and it […]

    Readers help test Coral Project’s commenting software
    Posted on Tuesday April 25, 2017

    Readers help test Coral Project's commenting software

    Engaging with readers on the news of the day — and providing a space where readers can discuss news events with each other — is important to us at The Washington Post. On this page, Post readers will be helping us improve engagement tools that could soon be used by many news organizations. For several years […]

    Read These Comments: We’re launching a newsletter dedicated to the best reader comments
    Posted on Wednesday January 11, 2017

    Read These Comments: We’re launching a newsletter dedicated to the best reader comments

    On Friday, we’re launching a weekly newsletter dedicated to the best conversations and comments on The Washington Post. And I can’t wait to get started. Here at The Post, our team reads thousands of comments submitted every day by people sharing personal stories as parents, voicing their support for a policy or debating the next […]

    In the Comments Lab: what commenters said
    Posted on Thursday September 29, 2016

    Last week, we asked Post commenters to take a look at the Comments Lab, an experimental site created by our colleagues at The Coral Project that showcases the features available in comment systems and details the research that’s been conducted around each feature. Within five hours on a Friday afternoon, we had more than 1,000 comments […]

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