Major Peer Query Update: Tag browser, Steem browser and bug fixes

in peerquery •  2 years ago  (edited)

Peer Query alpha is here again with two major upgrades you should see for yourself: the tag browser and the Steem browser.

Tag browser

The tag browser is here, now you can click on any tag and you will see its related posts show up. This feature works for all tags, including non-Peer Query related tags.

The URL scheme is:, where specialtag is the tag you want so explore. You can sort by trending, new, hot, most votes and most commented.

For the tag "peerquery", see its trending posts here, below is a snapshot of the same. 

How to access tag browser on index page or query page

How to access tag page from publish page

How to access tag page from a post page

Steem browser

With a tag browser, I thought it was only natural to have Steem browser which displays trending content on Steem. To keep this from becoming a distraction, the Steem explore will only display the default 20 results and will not further further fetch more posts.

You can view the Steem browser at Below is a snapshot:

Bug fixes

App revoke button

In the previous update, the "revoke" button for authorized apps would show for all accounts once a user is logged in. However now it will only show when the user is logged in and is viewing their own account.

Single post hidden fixed

Due to a throttling function, formerly if an account had only one blog post then it would not show on their account page.

This function has been removed so now if an account has only one post, you will see it.

What is coming next

  • Autosave support for post editor
  • Post editing
  • Comment editing
  • Comment sorting
  • Video support
  • Tag browser
  • Steem browser
  • User feed browser
  • User community page
  • Lots of improvements to existing features
  • Lots of new exciting features


Special thanks to the following Steemians:

@BlockTrades, @Transisto, @ReggaeMuffin, @NewsFlash, @AusbitBank, @TheJohalFiles, @GrumpyCat, @pFunk, @KingsCrown, @Elear, @Good-Karma, @Jesta, @Cryptoctopus, @Wackou, @Xeldal, @Ekitcho, @Exyle, @RoelandP, @FMinerTen, @Geoffrey, @Netuoso, @TimCliff, @Drakos, @Ana-Maria, @Olorin, @Twinner, @CoolGuy123, @CodingDefined, @Tabris, @TheRealWolf, @good-karma, @simba, @runicar, @yabapmatt, @eturnerx, @equites, @dzivenu, @rainbowdash, @pluse

as well as countless other Steemians for supporting my work at one point in time.

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Very impressive @dzivenu, I heard this will be like a Reward version of stackoverflow, but it seems like it's possible that 'tis will be even more to cater to quora, webmd, & many more of the likes

any idea how communities in hf20 would be integrated into PeerQuery?

I don't know if Steemians understands how big of a disruption PeerQuery and it's opensource equivalent will be, eventually this will cater for the likes of cnet, webmd, etc.....this could get huge if done properly.

Another potential killer Steem DAP and SMT hasn't even came out yet! Shit Ghana will be using Steem/SBD as much as USD in 5-7 years at this rate of growth!

Following you now

resteemit done dear
good activity
carry on


thnks 2 you i can now access a query page 👍

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