All of our print subscribers have access to the most complete and in-depth news coverage of Wisconsin through our 24/7 jsonline.com Website, our digital edition and our smartphone and tablet apps.
Here’s how to activate and use your digital access to stay informed on news that matters to you.
What will I get after subscribing?
Our digital subscription – free for home delivery subscribers, available for new digital subscribers – provides full, unlimited access jsonline.comthe Journal Sentinel app for smartphones and tablets, and the Digital Edition of Journal Sentinel.
I am a home delivery subscriber. How do I get started with my digital subscription?
If you don’t have an email address associated with your account, or are unsure, follow these steps:
- go jsonline.com Or download our app in your phone manufacturer’s app store. You can find the “Sign In” button in the top right corner of the website or on the gear symbol in the mobile app.
- Enter your first and last name. Then create a username and password.
- Link your subscription. Enter your last name, zip code and phone number.
- Need extra help? Call Customer Service at 1-844-900-7103.
Will everyone in my household have access to digital subscriptions?
Yes, print subscribers can also share digital access with others in the household. You will need to log in with an email and password.
I have subscribed to Journal Sentinel. How do I ensure that I have full digital access on my computer, laptop, phone, tablet, etc.?
Once registered, you only need to log in once on each computer or mobile device you own. After that, you will have full access to each device at all times.
If you click the link to jsonline.com Via the Twitter, Facebook or Instagram apps on your phone, you may also need to log in there.
You must also be logged into our app.
What application do I need?
Journal Sentinel provides two applications:
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel eEdition — An exact replica of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper, with additional national content, updated with the latest edition every morning.
To download the app, visit the App Store or Google Play Store on a tablet or smartphone and search for “Milwaukee Journal Sentinel eEdition”
How can I be sure I’ve seen every story on a topic I’m interested in?
on the website
this jsonline.com The homepage features the day’s most important stories, breaking news, and recent projects and investigations. Use the top menu to browse sections in more depth, or bookmark these links:
on our app
The apps can also be browsed by section.click part buttons at the bottom of the screen to find topics that are important to you.
this headline News The menu on the app contains the latest news and the most important latest stories.
Get real-time notifications on breaking news, traffic alerts, sports scores, weather, business news and more through the app. Access the app’s settings page via the gear icon at the top of the screen to choose which notifications you want to receive. You can also schedule “quiet hours” – hours of the day when we won’t send you alerts.
Want an alert on a specific topic, place or person?click “Add Topics+” The button at the top of any story will be alerted every time we publish a story on that topic.
You can also set topics to follow my main topic page of the application.
- Wisconsin Politics
- Milwaukee government
- residential real estate
- growth and development
- Crime and Public Safety
- investigative journalism
- Meals, Food and Beverages
- things to do
- home and garden
- Milwaukee Bucks
- Wisconsin Basketball
- Wisconsin Football
- Marquette Golden Eagles
- Green Bay Packers
- high school baseball
- high school basketball
- high school football
Use newsletters and email reminders
Journal Sentinel provides weekly and daily newsletters on a variety of topics. After activating our account, you can choose which account you want to receive: https://profile.jsonline.com/newsletters/manage/
- daily briefingwhich highlights the biggest news of the day, delivered in the morning 7 days a week
- Business Watchhighlighting the day’s economic, retail and development news, sent daily
- About Wisconsin Politicscheck out this week’s top political news from veteran journalist Bill Glauber on Wednesday
- opening and closing ceremoniesa roundup of new businesses and restaurant openings, or closing favorites
- Dish, the latest food and dining news, sent Friday
- D thingo, roundup of events and entertainment in the Milwaukee area, sent Thursday
- first nationcovering news on 12 Indigenous peoples and other tribes in Wisconsin, sent Wednesday
- become an MKE From Hannah Kirby, who highlights stories about Milwaukee, its people, and what’s going on in town, sent Wednesday
- Newsletters for your favorite sports teams, delivered daily during the season and weekly during the off-season: packing worker | Bucks | brewer | badger
- travelsome thoughts on getting out of our great state, sent Wednesday
- Wisconsin familyFamily Stories and Ideas, sent Tuesday and Thursday
The electronic version allows you to:
- Easily browse and jump to your favorite sections
- Clip and share articles with friends and family
- Increase or decrease text size for easier reading
- Listen to the article read aloud
- Access previous versions published in the past 30 days
- Access more than 200 local electronic versions through the USA TODAY network
- Check out Sports Plus and News Plus – a section that contains the latest news and scores that don’t appear in print
Here are some quick tips to help you easily access and navigate the digital version.
How to access from your desktop:
- Log in to your account on our website
- click e-edition on the website navigation bar
How to access from a mobile or tablet device
- Download free apps through the App Store or Google Play Store.
- Open the app and log into your account
You can also find in our daily briefing Newsletter, delivered to your inbox every morning.
How to browse the electronic version:
Browse mode is the default view of the electronic version.
- Click Browse on the black navigation bar. Navigate through pages using the left and right arrows on the screen.
- Click Browse again to zoom in on the page.
- Hover over Browse to access a menu where you can further control the browse view mode. Choose a 1x or 2x viewing option; you can also “lock” this option.
Page mode is an easy way to quickly scan an entire sheet of paper.
- Click “Pages” on the black navigation bar to easily view and access all pages in the version you are viewing.
- Click on any page image to open it for viewing.
Index mode allows you to browse sections and provides several options for formatting content for reading, printing, or sharing:
- Browse Parts A, B, and others that you are familiar with in the print edition.Furthermore, inBonus EditionLabel
- Select a story or image on the paper and it will load on the right side of the screen. This makes it easy to read while still viewing the paper.
- Pressing the arrows to the left and right of the page image will change the page.
- After selecting a story, you can reduce or increase the text size, listen to the article, and switch between the graphic and textual display of the article by selecting the appropriate icon at the top of the story on the screen.
How to Access USA Today and 200+ Local Newspapers
- In the electronic version, click the icon titled Universal in the right navigation bar.
- On the left, select a state to view available electronic publications.
- Select the publication you want to read.
- enjoy reading
Download, print and share:
There are two ways to save and share articles:
- Click Index on the black navigation bar. Select the content on the paper to be printed so that it appears on the right side of the screen. Click the print icon just above the content.
- If you wish to define an area of the printed page, click the Share icon and choose the Clip option on the Share menu.
- Click Browse and choose to display the page number in the upper left or upper right corner of the page. Then select the share icon and follow the instructions to highlight/cut the area you want to print.
You can search for versions up to the past 30 days:
- To search past versions, click “Search Archives” on the black navigation bar. A search page will appear on your screen. Insert the word or text you want to search for and click the Search button.
- After the search results load, click the page number to view that page. Click on an article title or ad image to open it for reading.