Beginning today, the e-edition, or digital replica of the printed paper, is available to subscribers only.
And this week, as we recognize and respond to feedback from our loyal readers, we will offer the e-edition seven days a week. This means the e-edition is now available on Saturdays as well.
Here is what these changes mean for you:
As a digital-only subscriber you will continue to have unlimited access to everything on sltrib.com, the e-edition and the app. However, you may need to login the next time you visit the e-edition.
If you’re not a subscriber yet, join our growing community by visiting sltrib.com/support and select the digital subscription level that is right for you.
If you’d also like the Sunday newspaper with free digital access, please click here. Once you sign up, you’ll receive an email explaining how to activate your free digital account.
If you’re a print subscriber who has already activated your digital account at sltrib.com/free, you will continue to have unlimited access to everything on sltrib.com, the e-edition and the app. However, you may need to login the next time you visit the e-edition.
If you’re a print subscriber who has not activated your digital account, please follow these simple steps.
1. Go to sltrib.com/free and click “ACTIVATE NOW”
2. If you already have a username and password, click on “already have an account? Login here.” You can see where in the image below, we circled it in red. If you have not started the activation process for your account, enter your name, email address and create a password. Then click “sign up,” we’ve shown you where that is by circling it in purple.
3. Input your address which will tie the account to your print subscription. Click verify address.
4. You should receive the following message.
You did it.
You’re ready to view The Tribune e-edition, stories on the app and the journalism on sltrib.com. The same password and email combination is used for all three.
As a print subscriber, it is possible to be logged into an account, but not have completed the activation process. Go to sltrib.com/my-account if you think you might have activated your free access, but aren’t sure. You will see a screen like below. You can see if you have any subscriptions or if your account is active or expired. (Note: Print subscribers have an expiration date that is 1,000 years out. That is not accurate, print subscribers lose access when they stop subscribing to print.)
Have a question? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-801-237-2900.
Beginning next week, The Tribune’s app will also be available to subscribers only. Following the steps above ensures you won’t need to take action when that change is made.
The Tribune is grateful for your support. Our readers, and in particular our subscribers, mean the world to us.