Yesterday in North America we got the new website makeover roll-out and it looks awesome! I love how streamlined and clean it is. It's also mostly a cosmetic change, so it's not too bad finding your way around as things are still pretty much where you would expect them to be.
However, any time technology interfaces change, it causes stress for a high percentage of users--even when the changes are good, or minor!
Uplines can be a crucial part of whether or not techie changes are viewed as a huge blockade or a small bump in an otherwise delightful road.
I've made a quickie PDF handout with screen shots of the new tabs and what's behind them and some short explanations on each. You're welcome to use this for team training and share in demonstrator-only groups. This is NOT for customers : ) It does have my name at the top of some of the screen shots but everything else is generic and sales info has been cropped out so it won't distract anyone.
If you have the capabilities, a quick little video of your screen, walking through the website, would probably be very comforting to your team. Anything an upline can do to reassure them they will still be successful at ordering, seeing announcements, and checking their minimums will be very helpful.
A good rule of thumb is to concentrate first on what the hobbyists need to know to function, and then add in additional layers of info for your more involved business-builders. Put yourself in their shoes. What are they going to need to use first?