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Miiverse Adds New Search Functionality, Verified Mii Users and Others

The Nintendo Miiverse seems to continuously evolve since its conception. These changes, both big and small, improve the overall experience people can expect from Nintendo and using the suggestions that the community desires. Whether its a cosmetic change or removing an annoyance that was added to the Miiverse. It’s very reassuring to know that Nintendo is taking it seriously.

Today, Nintendo has made even more improvements to the Miiverse such a “new search functionality” that allows you to search for a game community by title or even publishers like Ubisoft. You can now view “verified Mii users”  who, unlike regular Mii users, are the many developers who create many of our favorite games. These verified Mii users range from graphical artist, indie developers, sound engineers and game directors such as Masahiro Sakurai of the Super Smash Bros. Many of these people share ideas or give exciting new updates on current and future projects.

Here’s the overall changes that was posted in the Miiverse, courtesy of Tom:

Hi there, it’s Tom at Nintendo. We made an update to Miiverse today! The update affects the Wii U and Nintendo 2DS/3DS versions of Miiverse (sorry, web version). We made quite a few changes inside and out, and here are the most notable changes that you should know about:

1. We added a new search functionality where you can search for a game’s community by title. Just press the search button on the list of communities screen, and enter the name of the game’s community you want to visit to display a matching list.

2. You can now see a list of posts made by verified Mii users, like me! We added a new button to the list of communities screen where it would show the posts made by Nintendo insiders.

3. You can now narrow down your Favorite Communities to communities of games you have played. Go to your Favorite Communities, press the button to show the communities of Wii U and 3DS games you’ve played.

4. You can now mark a post with a “Spoiler” tag after you made a post. This will come in handy when you forgot to mark a post with all the hidden secrets! You can also tag a comment that was made to your post with a Spoiler tag. Press the wrench icon on the lower right corner of the post/comment to give it a Spoiler tag or to delete it. 5. You can now post game screenshots in your Activity Feed! As long as the game has its own community and you’re able to post screenshots to it, you’ll be able to post game screenshots. This will be useful if you want to separate your posts from sharing a screenshot with everyone, or if you just want to keep it to yourself for your records or share with a smaller group. Phew! That’s all I have for today. Thanks for reading, and happy gaming! (Sorry for the repost, had to fix the line breaks!)

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This entry was posted on 03/20/2014 by in Fuctionality, Gaming After Hours, Handheld, Nintendo.
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