Eight months after it revamped its Chase Bank home page, JPMorgan Chase is beginning to roll out changes beyond the sign-in page.

The New York company has so far introduced a million customers to new account features on Chase.com, with more expected to transition to the new platform in the coming weeks. By later this year, JPMorgan plans to bring all 33 million of its online users to the new site.

The overhaul is the first major change to the site in a decade, the company said in a Thursday news release. Upon signing in, customers will now see snapshot of all their accounts on a page that can be customized. Other changes included the consolidation of its bill pay, person-to-person payments and transfers into one payments area.

The new site is available in English and Spanish. It was built with responsive design to provide a consistent experience on desktops and tablets. JPMorgan designed the new site in-house.

"Customers continually seek easy ways to access their accounts, so we're making it easier for customers to bank their way," said Gavin Michael, head of digital for Chase.