My Indiatimes allows user to personalise web
Aug 17: Indiatimes, a popular web portal has launched an innovative web service at free of cost on the occasion of Independence Day for celebrating 60 years of India’s freedom. ‘my.indiatimes.com’ is a unique and the first service in the web world to personalise the web according to user’s choice. Users can add content, save their pages; delete whatever they want and many more services on a single window.
MyIndiatimes allows the user to select the content that gets featured on front page, but the featuring site must have the facility of RSS feed. Indiatimes promises users to provide full-fledged freedom as user can change the pages by dragging and dropping boxes, delete content, add one’s favorite web page from anywhere around the web.
As ‘my.indiatimes.com’ has displayed in its web portal, “MYIndiatimes.com is a cool way to customise all that you love from Indiatimes and from around the web. You can change everything on this -just drag and drop the boxes, delete content that you don’t want, add whatever you prefer from any site. Sign in with your Indiatimes ID and you can add content and save page. Which means you can access your page from anything just by logging in.”
All the users have to login with their Indiatimes ID. Then they can add content and save their favorite pages. Users can also access any web page from anywhere only by logging-in. Besides this user can customise Myindiatimes window by selecting preferences what they wish at any time.
Dinesh Wadhawan, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Times Internet elaborated the detail service, "the consumption of Internet is a very individual process; merely providing one kind of content for all does not work. Here every individual is a niche; his needs have to be met. 'My.indiatimes.com' is our attempt to do just that."
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