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We released some updates/improvements to the CAPS site tonight. During this time we had some brief outages and some sluggishness here and there. We apologize for the glitches. Here are the notes:

Player Preferences:
Users can now choose the default number of picks that appear in both the My CAPS page and ticker pages. Users may also default the Buzz Box to collapsed state, which will bring their picks higher up on the page. Finally, users can turn on/off the ability for other CAPS players to send them email. (The actual feature to send email is coming very, very soon!)

Filtered Commentary
On the Commentary tab of stocks and players, users can choose to only display outperforms or underperform picks.

Who's Got Those Lucky Charms?
Clicking on a lucky charm now takes you to a page of everyone who has that lucky charm! They're magically delicious! (Watch us get sued now...)

Sortable Tags
All tags are now sortable for the last day, month, and year. Did you know that one of the worst performing tags for last year was "CEO Under 35"?

Revised Top Tens Page
New tab treatment to allow quick viewing from one list to the next. Also, very soon, we will be adding 10 or so more lists, so stay tuned!

Below 20
We lowered the threshold down to 20 to "hide" your rating from others. So, all you 35-rated players, you're now exposed! (Yes, we are aware that you can still determine player ratings below this number if you're clever enough.)

Happy CAPS!

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