The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com has announced an enhanced version of In Today's Paper, which is designed to make it easy for online subscribers to "flip through" the site, particularly print readers accustomed to the print layout. In Today's Paper is one page on the site where all of the articles from that day's print Journal can be found online; the page features all print headlines and the section front articles feature summaries from the online editors.
Other online-only features include: Scoops and updated news every day; Journal archives; Personalized tracking of industries; Email articles to colleagues and friends; Interactive graphics and articles; More columns and discussions from Journal writers; Global edition with full content of Asian and European Journals every day; Research on nearly 30,000 companies worldwide; and Personal finance tools in the newly redesigned Personal Journal section. Prior to the enhancements, the In Today's Paper section showed a glossary of just the section front articles (A1, B1, C1, W1), but nothing inside the paper was available in that section. Now, the enhanced In Today's Paper section, provides a glossary showing every headline listing of major articles organized by section of the Journal paper in one place.