After our last post, we've fielded a few more questions about the new site that we wanted to answer for you. As always, please feel free to send your feedback. We want to know what you think.
Why does the new site have so much white space?
When we went back to the drawing board to design a new site, we wanted to make it as clean and simple as possible. That way, you can locate what you need easily. Everything stands out visually, and our most popular tools are right where they need to be.
Will I be able to personalize the site?
For the time being, we don't have a way for you to do this, other than through My Bible. We're focusing mainly on the core features and fuctionality in the first release. Once we get that taken care of, you never know what we might do.
Will you be adding any commentaries and resources for the new site?
We're continually discussing this with various publishers, and we will announce any new content here on the blog. Your suggestions are always welcome. Feel free to tell us what you'd like to see.
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