Making the most of SCOTUSblog 4.0
Since we launched our re-designed site, "SCOTUSblog 4.0," in early September, we have received a great deal of helpful and overwhelmingly positive feedback from our readers. A large number of you have gotten in touch with us to ask about the new blog's features, to offer suggestions, and simply to give us your thoughts. We have modified and improved several of our new features in response to your feedback, and, as always, we are extremely grateful for your comments.
As we have read your emails and listened to your thoughts, one particular category of feedback has stood out: many of you have told us that you appreciate the re-designed SCOTUSblog, but that you are not sure how to take advantage of all the changes we've made. While many of you are aware that our re-design efforts were aimed at making SCOTUSblog as comprehensive and user-friendly as possible, it seems that we need to take the time to fully explain all that the new blog has to offer.
With that in mind, our blog team has put together a series of posts which will highlight what we see as the most critical changes and improvements that we have made to the blog. These posts will let you know exactly what changes we have made and why; they will also let you know exactly how our new features differ from the old SCOTUSblog and "“ most importantly "“ how you can take full advantage of the SCOTUSblog 4.0 redesign.
Beginning tomorrow and continuing until Thanksgiving, we will be publishing our posts in this series, which will highlight blog features ranging from case pages to the calendar to the RSS feed. We hope that this series will help make SCOTUSblog an even more useful resource, and that by the end of our series, you will know everything you need to know about making the most of SCOTUSblog. But if there is anything that we have not covered or anything else you would like to know about "“ as always, just let us know.
Recommended Citation: Anna Christensen, Making the most of SCOTUSblog 4.0, SCOTUSblog (Nov. 15, 2010, 12:00 PM), http://www.scotusblog.com/2010/11/making-the-most-of-scotusblog-4-0/