You can now view your feeds by date or relevance, with relevance being determined according to other users votes (think diggs), total reads and total user tags. The result – a nice way to sort through your daily feeds to find the most popular posts.
Rojo has also added a number of categories – breaking news, entertainment, technology, etc., with the included feeds editorially picked and the ranking by relevance and freshness. This is a good way to find popular posts from sources that are not included in your feed list.
Rojo is ahead of the pack again in terms of features, and relevance is a hot topic right now. The question is whether this is going to be enough to drive user adoption in the extremely crowded feed reader space. Richard asks a different question: “I wonder if this will wake Bloglines out of their slumber?”