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'Washington Post' introduces Personal Post in beta

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Washington, D.C.—The Washington Post has launched a beta version of Personal Post, which allows users to receive online headlines tailored to their interests. Users can set up a Personal Post page in one of two ways: Registered WashingtonPost.com users can sign up to receive content based on their viewing history, or users can manually select categories of content that interest them.

“We're excited about the Personal Post launch as it reflects the Post's commitment to experiment with and develop valuable and engaging news experiences,” said Katharine Zaleski, the Post's executive director-digital news, in a statement.

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