New Literotica Toplists Format in BETA

Two days and two major updates to Literotica! Yesterday, we rolled out the Series feature. Today, it’s a major revamp of the Literotica Toplists.

So, what’s new with the new Toplists? Let’s have a look:

Literotica Most Read Stories
Literotica Top Rated Stories
Top Rated Group Sex Stories

The most obvious change is that you can now view the stories on the Literotica Toplists by the date that they were submitted. We get requests for this feature all of the time, and we’re happy to finally be rolling out a first version of it. There will be more improvements in the future, but for now you can see the top stories submitted in the last month, year, or all time.

Another change is that we have added some story previews on the right side of the toplists. These are just small snippets of stories that show up randomly on the right side of the page in the boxes called “Related Story Preview”. Most readers are using wider browsers these days and this will hopefully give stories on the toplist a little extra exposure to those readers. For readers, it will hopefully give you a way to discover interesting stories that you might not have otherwise clicked on.

Behind the scenes, there are some more changes to the toplists as well, but more on that later. :)

So, please have a look at the links above and let us know what you think – either here on this blog or on the ongoing thread on the topic in the Literotica Forum.

Thanks for all of the feedback, everyone, and stay tuned for more Literotica updates very soon!

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2 Responses to “New Literotica Toplists Format in BETA”

  1. Noel says:

    The Toplist updates have definitely improved this part of the site. On the overall Toplists, it’d be helpful to indicate what category each story resides in. I know we have categorised lists too, but that’s obviously different.

    Also, I’d say that while the previews are a good idea in principle, in practice they’re useless if they’re so short. It’s impossible to get a feel for a story by reading fifty words or so. You could either increase the length of the preview, or replace them with a positive reader comment from the story.

    Keep up the good work!

  2. Chrissie says:

    I love reading the lit stories, but I hate the fact that they are divided up into parts. Is it possible to place a button or something that would allow me to get the whole story in one go ?


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