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I had visited the link. In that link I saw some meta (not only meta) site contains a silver circle. Some doesn't.

silver circle

What does this represent? Is it happening for bug?


There's a hover text on that silver button.

New post for you.

The text had been updated.

unread activity in category

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It is a status badge. A gray circle means that there is at least one post that you have not read (or, more strictly, saw/check) so far.

If you navigate to a category with gray-status and then return back to the Dashboard page the status will be different.

Also, if you keep a cursor for some time on the status-badge you will see a message with a hint

new post for you

which makes clear the meaning. Well, if it doesn't you can skip the for you part for now.

You could see this status in a category panel as well. For example,

sample

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