JMCC.org offers website users several different ways of customizing the webpage.
Users are able to select from a list of widgets that will appear on his/her homepage when the website is browsed from that same computer.
- News - Latest news articles
- Documents & Maps - Recently-featured background materials
- Blogs - Opinion from JMCC's hand-picked writers
- Hot Spot - A pitch of the day for journalists searching for stories
- Most Popular - The most commented and emailed news stories from JMCC.org
- Historical Timeline - Want to know when something happened? Track regional events back in time
- Audio of the Day - Interviews on recent events and related sound files
- Video of the Day - Video from the web and our files
Users who join JMCC.org by signing up with a username and password have access to other widgets and features of the website.
- Comments - View your own comments and latest comments posted to JMCC.org news items
- Photo of the Day - View images selected by our editors, and submit your own photos for consideration
- Calendar - View the latest events in the occupied Palestinian territories/Israel, and submit your own for consideration
- Noticeboard - Post job requests, want ads and other miscellaneous inquiries for consideration
- My Tags - Personalize a set of keywords that brings up new additions to the JMCC website with the same keywords
- Help Desk - Ask a question of our help desk librarian and set a deadline for a response. If we can provide an answer within the deadline, we will.
There are numerous ways to access JMCC.org.
- Email newsletter - Sign up on the homepage to receive a daily newsletter with latest JMCC.org additions
- RSS - Subscribe to our RSS feeds and receive news and other features at your desktop
- Dailies & SMS - Paid subscribers to the Daily press translation receive two installments daily of Arabic news translated into English in an email newsletter, as well as one free Israeli cell phone subscription to our breaking news SMS service
- Breaking News SMS - Subscribe your Jawwal or Israel cell phone to our breaking news service on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and receive 4-8 messages a day.