A new look for the World Service on the web
UPDATE: Thank you for all of your comments. I am sorry that many of you are disappointed with the changes.
Your views will be taken into account when we look at future versions of the site.
Kelly Shephard, Managing Editor, BBC World Service Future Media.
Editor's note: Kelly is on this week's edition of Over To You discussing the changes.
Regular visitors to BBCWorldService.com will notice some big, exciting changes have happened to the website.
The new design will make it easier to keep track of what's going on and this applies not just to our award-winning global news coverage, but also to the in-depth documentaries and feature programmes that tell you not just what's happening, but why.
But despite the change in look and feel, our agenda remains the same.
Here we will be showcasing the best of BBC World Service content - and using text, audio and video to bring you the highlights from our programmes.
Links to our schedules and frequencies will ensure that you never miss a programme.
Meanwhile, social media links enable you to share and engage with the day's global news and regular blogs such as World Have Your Say, remain committed to engaging the audience in a global conversation.