NewsLeecher 5 : SuperSearch Watchdog Feature

NewsLeecher is quickly rolling out new features in their version 5 beta releases.  One of the recent enhancements caught our attention.  Along with many other Usenet fans we enjoy NewsLeecher’s SuperSearch feature.  Now NewsLeecher is raising the bar with a new SuperSearch Watchdog feature.

As you can see in the image above SuperSearch let’s you search across up to 1,050 days of retention.  Not that anyone supports that many days yet but it won’t be long.  What caught our eye was the new Watchdog feature.  Here’s an explanation of the cool new addition from the NewsLeecher v5.0 Beta 2 release notes:

   << Major Feature Addition - SuperSearch Watchdog >>
   The SuperSearch Watchdog feature automatically spots freshly
   indexed article collections in your SuperSearch search results.
   "Freshly indexed" means that the article collections were
   indexed by the SuperSearch indexer *after* your prior
   similar SuperSearch search was performed. The purpose of the
   watchdog feature, is to make it very easy to locate the
   SuperSearch article results you haven't already browsed.

Cheers to the team at NewsLeecher for adding the cool new feature.  We also enjoyed the new tabbed user interface and look forward to future enhancements.  Read our NewsLeecher review to learn more about the Usenet client or download a 14 day free trial and test out the new Watchdog feature for yourself.