About the September 2012 updates to the IAS Plus website

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29 Sep 2012

In conjunction with the launch of our updated website earlier in 2012, we launched a user survey asking for feedback on our new and improved site. Our readers made some great suggestions on how we can make the site even better. We're pleased to announce that we have now implemented a number of enhancements in response to this user feedback.

The key updates made are as follows:

  • Updated home page - the home page has been streamlined and updated to make it easier to find the key information you are looking for, and to introduce a new section highlight key IFRS specialists in the global Deloitte firm.  We can now filter to prioritise news and publications on the home page, but you will continue to find all of our information in the related news and publication sections of articles, and directly on pages for standards, resources, projects and jurisdictions (registered users will see any such items on their 'My IAS Plus' page)
  • Publication enhancements - publications on the site now contain the global publications directory on the left-hand panel, to both illustrate where in the directory the current publication is filed, and to allow ease of access to all other publication series
  • Making information easier to find - the search functionality of the site has been upgraded to accommodate more user friendly functionality, including more relevant search results when clicking on an 'all related' button on any page, cross-linking of content to allow the easy identification of related information, and the ability to further refine results using free-text searching within each tag within the site.  Find out more about search and tagging
  • Miscellaneous improvements - styling used throughout the site has been tweaked to enhance readability, and the website coding has been improved both to speed up access to the site and to present more useful information to site users when using the site and finding results in search engines.

We appreciate all the user feedback and trust our readers find the new functionality useful.  We'll continue to enhance the user functionality of the site over the months ahead and welcome ongoing feedback - please send any comments to iasplus@deloitte.com.

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