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Build your own Newsvine front page

Newsvine has launched a major site redesign. The site which thrives on user-submitted news stories is now more user-customizable.

Much like personal start pages Netvibes, Pageflakes, or Google Personalized Home, users can add and remove modules, or move them around the website. You can also use RSS feeds to add any news source you want to your Newsvine start page.

One new module on the front page called Newsvine Live that shows new submissions to the site before they're made popular enough to appear on the front page.

There's also a little green button at the side of the page that lets you expand Newsvine from its typical 3-column mode into a 4-column display. If you've got a large enough monitor, this lets you get a bit more information on your screen.

[via TechCrunch]

Tags: modules, news, newsvine, start page, StartPage