Two years ago, we wrote that the best thing about the Guardian’s new Guardian website was that it wasn’t a big ol’ copy-paste machine for the media business.
Now, the paper’s been given a big makeover: it’s now bigger than ever, with a sleek new design and new branding, but it’s still pretty much the same site.
If you’ve got a Guardian subscription, that’s your job.
There are new features, including the ability to search for articles, browse and review archives, and subscribe to stories you love.
And if you’ve never subscribed before, you can now do it on the go.
But that’s where things get a little bit tricky.
You’ll need to do a little more digging and reading before you can really start making any sense of what the site is actually about.
So, without further ado, here are the best things about the new site that you need to know.
You can find everything about your favourite sports teams, including their latest results 2.
You will no longer be able to post your own tweets or tweets about sports in general 3.
You no longer have to do all the work of getting the Guardian into the News Feed, so you can actually read stories straight from your phone 4.
And you no longer need to wait for the News app to load in order to get started.
The Guardian is now up and running with a click, just like it’s been for years, so if you’re not up to speed on how to get going, you’re probably not getting enough out of it.
And as a result, the app now automatically adds stories to the top of your News Feed.
And, while there are a lot of great features here, you won’t find them all on the site itself.
So if you find something you’d like to see added to the site, or something you think we should be including more frequently, feel free to send us a message via the site.
But please don’t ask us to take down articles or links to them.
We’re all human.
We are all human, and we want to know what you think.
There’s also a new feature to the sidebar, which has a bunch of different articles, including stories about the latest sports stories, from across the globe.
You don’t need to have a subscription to see these stories.
And there are more ways to browse through the archive, including an index of the past, present and future.
And all of this, of course, comes at a cost.
There is a new “paid” subscription plan, which is a bit of a gamble for us here at FourFour, but if you sign up, you’ll get a monthly pass for $15.
If that’s too expensive for you, there’s a more expensive paid subscription plan available for $40 (£27) that will allow you to continue to enjoy all the benefits of subscribing, but at a premium.
And while there’s nothing wrong with the idea of paying for something, it is nice to know that you can still get a lot more out of the site for a few dollars.
So we’d recommend that you go for the paid subscription.
If this doesn’t work for you (and we’re not sure if it will) you can also pay for a single daily pass.
And for the curious, the new subscription plans all come with a complimentary copy of FourFourOne.
This will let you access the site whenever you want, and is free.
And this isn’t a new service either: Four Four One is already available to all users on the Guardian app, and it’s available on the desktop as well.
You also have a chance to add a complimentary version of the app to your existing subscription if you subscribe to the Guardian Plus.
The new website is now fully open source, meaning you can even pull in bits and pieces of code that are part of the new design.
It’s not a complete overhaul, but the site has been rebuilt from the ground up, so it’s much more like a modern product.
That said, it’s a big improvement over the old site.
It is still a copy-and-paste job, and you need some serious help with navigating the new interface.
And that’s not all: the new website also has a new look, with some new features and a new colour scheme.
It doesn’t take much digging to figure out what all this means, but there’s also plenty of information about the site’s future plans.
It might take some time to fully get the hang of things, but you should be able a bit quicker.
And finally, the site now offers you a few other features that you won