At SMX East yesterday, Bing had a sponsored panel named Bing Webmaster Tools and the Search Alliance which I live blogged. In that demo, they showed off some new features coming to the Bing Webmaster Center toolset.
In July they revamped their webmaster tools but dropped a key element, linkage reporting. Yesterday, Bing demoed the new link report. They also demoed a feature called link explorer that shows you what their spiders see on a link by link basis. You can even block URLs there and ask Bing to recrawl them as soon as possible.
None of these features are live yet, but I have some screen shots taken from slides via my iPhone. They are hard to make out, so I will try to explain them:
First report is an "InLinks" report. The report shows you links accrued over time and also let's you drill down into the links, which would be right below the graph:
Here are two picture of Index Explorer, which shows you more details about the URLs crawled and let's you request them to be crawled again sooner and blocked:
There is no forum discussion on this yet, but it is nice to see.
You may learn more from my live blog coverage of that session.