A change to BBC Scotland's homepage
By Ken MacQuarrie, Director, BBC Scotland
At the start of 2011, we announced a project to reshape BBC Online, a major element of which was to deliver "dynamic 'editions' of BBC Online for each Nation" — conceptually similar to, say, the Scottish edition of a daily newspaper.
Today's launch of an edition for Scotland of the BBC homepage represents an extremely important step forward for our audiences in Scotland and beyond.
What the change means for BBC Scotland and its users
How this affects you
To get the most out this new development, I would urge you to set a location preference on the homepage by clicking on the town or city named at the top next to the clock.
Clare Hudson's blog post examined the change in more detail, complete with users' comments. If you would like to make a comment (or complaint) that isn't published, you may do so on the complaints website.
Answers to some of your frequently-asked questions
Updated on 21 June 2012 by the BBC Scotland web team
Where specific questions arise about BBC Scotland's new homepage, we'll publish them here and do our best to answer them. The BBC FAQ already has plenty of questions and answers about recent homepage developments, too.