“I like it”, say the Net surfers on the new avatar of Republic World; Arnab’s writing sparks excitement

Republic Media Network editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami’s big announcement about the RepublicWorld.com overhaul has got netizens excited. Major launches in the wake of the Republic Bangla news channel storm sparked a sense of joy and anticipation among readers. Moreover, the journalist sharing his intention to write more often for his audience stood out for them.

Republic World overhaul excites internet users

Many internet users have tried the brand new revamped version of Republic World and have said they already love the features. Most of them wrote that they can’t wait to try out all the new features. As a photo of Arnab Goswami himself typing the message from the newsroom surfaced, a few were happy that he was “sitting down with the team members” and waiting for his “precious words”.

Here are the reactions:

Redesign of RepublicWorld.com

Arnab Goswami has announced the launch of the all-new version of Republic World, which offers a sleek design and features like UX that promise to disrupt the digital news genre. The platform’s new avatar promises ultra-interactive, super-fast and extremely exciting features. The new version offers ease of engagement, navigation and sharing.

Some of the tools that stand out include the ‘What’s Trending’ tab, a tool for curating your own set of stories to read later, and Arnab Goswami’s playlist of best on-air moments.

“You can also write to me directly via the Arnab Online section. You will find this section on the navigation bug at the bottom. I’m not on social media (really! :)), so this is where I’ll be constantly looking and reading comments from all of you. I also intend to start writing about things that interest or intrigue me and that I would like to write about beyond what I say on my evening shows. I started my career on a journal desk, so this is something I look forward to, ”Arnab said in his letter.

Arnab also announced that this redesign was part of the goal of reaching 100 million users each month with an extension in six additional languages.