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Windows Live Spaces Improved

Today Windows Live Spaces announced some improvements to it's service including:

  • You now have the ability to remove updates from specific people in the what's new area of your Spaces home page. 

At the bottom of your (signed-in) Spaces home page, you now have an “Options” link. 

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Clicking “Options” will take you to a “What’s new Options” page where you can choose who of your Spaces friends and Messenger contacts show up on your home page.

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  • We've added back your list descriptions for all lists when they are displayed in the narrow column
  • The font for custom lists is no longer bold by default
  • We changed the Sponsored Results module to reflect the transition of our partnership with Kanoodle
  • We've made some additional smaller changes which you won’t see but which will further improve the Spaces service

The above is quoted from the Windows Live Wire blog.

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