Steam Greenlight seems to get better with every update. The latest adds a number of new options to the Steam community hub, including one that finally allows developers to see exactly how well their work is being received.
Firstly, players can now skip games in their queue with the "Ask me again later" button, which removes the item from queue for a month. You can come back at any time to vote, of course. You'll also be able to Favorite certain items for quicker access later, or hit "Follow" for updates -- not unlike Facebook. The idea here is to let users have a middle ground option, in case there was a game/software they weren't sure about voting on yet but still liked.
On the social side of things, users can now create collections of software you're interested in, and anyone who follows the collection will be able to see announcements made by the collection creator. This should allow people to more easily find new games by allowing users to share their tastes.
For developers, Greenlight now lets you see just how well your entries are doing. The new workshop feature will display stats like number of votes, views, and so on. You can preview how that'll look in this handy visual aid.