In a recent email broadcast to all LDSJournal members, it was announced that JRNL.com is on its way to replace and outperform the software team that had resigned last year. Here is the memo:
I’m excited to announce that LDSJournal was recently acquired by JRNL.com and transition to the new site has begun. As part of the merger, a new and improved journaling application has been developed to support all of our members along with any existing journals, entries and/or content. The new platform includes all of the features previously available on LDSJournal, as well as a number of additional enhancements, including the ability to create multiple journals; the ability to include inline photos, and the ability to set a recurring reminder to journal.
JRNL.com features an award-winning development team with an overall operation roughly 10X larger than that previously dedicated to LDSJournal. This gives us the ability to release new features and product improvements on a regular basis, while offering the highest possible levels of customer service to our members.
LDSJournal will only be available for a limited time and all users should transition to the new site as soon as possible. As an added bonus, users transferring prior to 1/31/2016* will be automatically upgraded to a JRNL Plus account at no charge. This enhanced service normally retails for $29.99 a year, but it’s yours for life, and it’s absolutely FREE with our compliments.
*This offer applies only to those who have a current LDSJournal account prior to today.