Once again, let’s begin with the abstract confusing title.
But it’s a real one. Here’s some proof.
As you can see, that’s an actual commit. Well, allow me to explain why this exists in the first place.
When you going through a lot of items in a feed, you may find yourself requiring to quickly move between those items or within an item itself. This is particular useful when you’re researching something. The search (which I talk about here) feature ties into this specific bit.
So what is previous next up and down? Think about it in terms of the article. So what you get is:
- Previous article
- Next article
- Beginning of article
- End of article
So now you never have to leave the reading interface and can go for a reading spree if that’s your thing.