So you've clicked “Stumble!” several times, got hooked,
and you're wondering how it can get any better. Let's take a look at features contained in the other buttons:
– Clicking this button brings up a menu that shows all of the categories
you've previously selected. Maybe you've selected robotics and rock music
as categories, but today you only feel like browsing robotics sites. Use
this menu to select exactly which category you want to browse now.
like it!” and “Not-for-me” – Use these buttons to rate sites you visit.
Reviews” – No more browsing in the dark, this button let's you see what
other Stumblers have to say about the site you're visiting. This is also
where you can add your own review about a website. You may even want to
visit your own website and see what Stumblers have said about it.
this Page to” – Notify your friends about a page you enjoyed.
Reviews” – Displays your website reviews starting with the most recent
and Fans” – Brings you to a page where you can see and add Stumbling
friends. You can also see people who have added you. Clicking the
“Network” tab let's you see people who have viewed your list of favorite
websites, and a list of similar Stumblers.
– This is where you find the real guts of StumbleUpon. From this menu you
can login or logout, view stumbling history, top stumblers, toolbar
options, or change your password. Of particular interest is the “Suggested
Topics” button which displays topics suggested to you by StumbleUpon based
on sites that you've rated. This is a good way to expand your stomping
StumbleUpon includes an adult content filter that is enabled by default, so it should be safe for kids and those who would prefer not to see every corner of
the web. You need to be careful though, because there is some gray area with
artistic nudity slipping through the content filter. If this is of concern to
you, just make sure to leave art sites out of your selected categories. This filter is accessible by clicking "Menu" and "Update Topics." A browser window will come up with a button in the bottom left corner named "Adjust Content Filter."