How to Log In
Before you can log in to the
website, you must first register with the website. You will be asked to input a
personal and confidential Login (your email address or user name) and Password,
which you will need in order to log in to the site. Please note: We recommend
that you keep a copy of all of your account information and, for security
purposes, we strongly advise against sharing this information with others.
subscribers to WSJ.com opt to save their account information so they do not
have to enter their Login and Password each time they visit the site. Your
Login and Password will be automatically saved on the computer you’re using to
access the site, unless you uncheck the Save my Login and Password box located
on the Log in screen. Deactivating the “Save” feature will require you to enter
your Login and Password each time you access the site.
note: If you choose to use the log out feature when you exit WSJ.com, you will
lose your saved information. This means you will be required to type in your
Login and Password the next time you visit the site.
Users can create their own
personal Login at registration. Your new Login is your email address. We
strongly recommend that you maintain a copy of your log in information in case
you need to reference it in the future.
Passwords should contain at
least 8 characters in length along-with 2 Special Characters (@#^!) and 2 Upper
Case Letters but cannot contain any spaces. We strongly recommend that you
retain a copy of your most recent password in case you need to reference it in
How to Log Out
If you need to step away
from your computer and do not want to leave it logged, you may exit the site by
clicking on the “Logout” link located at the right of your screen Or on the
home page. If you choose to log out, you will be required to log in again each
time you visit the site. If you choose not to log out, you can exit the site by
closing your browser.