steemdb 0.3.1 - timelines for new followers, reblogs, and witness votes

The most common thing I've been asked for in my projects is the ability to see new followers. In a social media based community like we have here, many people want to observe when they have new followers so they can learn a bit more about them, and possibly follow them back.

After spending a bit time figuring out the proper way to do this, I'm happy to announce these features are now available on steemdb.com.

Timeline of followers for an account

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Example: https://steemdb.com/@jesta/followers

Ever wondered who is following you and unfollowing you? The new layout for the followers section of each account on steemdb tells you just that.

This list will show you chronologically who is following and unfollowing you.

Timeline of who an account is following

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Just as above, except this is a list of who this account you follows and unfollows.

Example: https://steemdb.com/@jesta/following

Reblogged content, written by an account

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Example: https://steemdb.com/@jesta/reblogged

This new page found under Social -> Reblogged on each account will tell you who has reblogged any content written by the account you are viewing.

Content an account reblogs

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Example: https://steemdb.com/@jesta/reblogs

Yet another new page located under Social -> Reblogs on each account shows every piece of content that this account has reblogged to their authors.

Timeline of Witness Votes for an account

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Example: https://steemdb.com/@jesta/witness

The last new section which can be found under Witness -> History now also has a tabbed interface. The first tab is now a timeline showing all witness votes cast for that account.

The previous two sections of active votes cast, and active votes received are behind the remaining two tabs of the page.


That's all for today! These updates were actually partially deployed with the 0.3.0 update last week, but they were still analyzing the blockchain and collecting data. Today I'm confident the data is accurate and new data will be recorded going forward.

As a final note, I'd encourage you all to go check out the introduction my business partner just posted today. If you've been following my weekly witness updates, you've probably seen random musings of my attempts to encourage his post. He finally did, so jump over and say hello! :)

* All Steem Power & VEST calculations are done using the current conversion rate, not a historical rate. This may cause some calculations to be incorrect.