A large number of users have been asking for better filtering, more density and better integration with the real-time web. As part of patch 1.2.294, we are pushing out the first iteration of a new feature called the feedly Expose. Here is what it looks like:
The first column gives you a summary of the latest tweets from the people you are following on twitter as well as the mentions of your user name.
The second column gives you the list of the latest articles from your favorite sources. You can personalize expose to replace the favorite column with the latest articles another category if you want to.
The third column shows you the list of the articles in your feedly which have been the most shared by other feedly + Google Reader users.
The forth column is what we call track. It allows you to track the latest tweets, friendfeed conversations and blog posts for a given keyword. You can personalize the keyword. By default, feedly will pick one of the twitter trending keywords.
This is just the first iteration. We are currently looking at ways to allow users to mark articles as read or share them without having to open them and adapt the UI to the medium and narrow layout. Please let us know if there are other things you would like to see integrated in the next iteration of this concept.