Hacker News has added a new “job verification” feature to its front page that will help you keep your job locked in until all of your work is done.
In the new feature, you’ll need to go to the job verification page to start a job.
Once you do that, you will see a notification telling you when you’re supposed to finish the job.
You’ll then need to enter your password when you finish the next step.
“The only time it gets you logged out is when you go back to the verification page,” said one Hacker News moderator.
The job verification feature was added as a pilot feature for Hacker News, but now it will be available for everyone who has logged in.
“If you haven’t done your job yet, this will be your first experience with job verification,” said moderator Matt.
“You don’t need to worry about losing your job because you don’t do it.
It’s a quick, easy way to get back into the habit of actually finishing your job.”
The moderator said it will only work if you’re using the Hacker News API.
“In theory, this could work for anyone.
But as it stands right now, we are testing the functionality with a very limited group of users,” he said.
If you want to take advantage of this feature, the moderator said you’ll have to go back and enter your Hacker News login password every time you start a new job.
“Once you get it working, I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a cool feature,” he added.
“But it’s not really meant for everyone.”
Hacker News also announced the launch of a new ad-supported version of its site that will give users access to their favorite content as well as to their favorites in the search results.
You can read more about that in the Hacker Newswire article.