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Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion     6-1/4” x 3-1/4”

Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”

Item: 365528    Model: APJ99

Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”
4.5stars
( 76 reviews)
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  • Organize usernames, passwords and hints to logins
  • Removable label keeps the purpose of the book less obvious
  • Size: 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”
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Organize usernames, passwords and hints to loginsRemovable label keeps the purpose of the book less obviousSize: 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”EachCardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”Organize usernames, passwords and hints to loginsRemovable label keeps the purpose of the book less obviousSize: 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”5.79USDhttp://www.staples-3p.com/s7/is/image/Staples/s0438038_sc7?$std$http://www.staples-3p.com/s7/is/image/Staples/s0438038_sc7?$thb$http://www.staples-3p.com/s7/is/image/Staples/s0438038/Cardinal-Brands-Login-Journal-Companion-6-1-4-x-3-1-4/product_365528
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Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”
 
4.4

(based on 79 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (48)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (22)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good size/fit (25)
  • Sufficient writing space (19)
  • Easy to use (15)
  • Well built / quality (11)
  • Attractive (9)

Cons

  • Flimsy construction (5)
  • Insufficient writing space (4)

Best Uses

  • Staying organized (19)
  • Everyday use (7)
  • Organization (6)
  • Inside (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Budget shopper (21), Quality oriented (13), Avid do-it-yourselfer (3), Midrange shopper (3), Professional (3)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (30), Business (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (36)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

Small, compact and useful overall

Having too many online accounts for email, bank accounts, credit cards, financial management, insurance, loans and utility bills leaves us with lots of passwords. We can't just keep our passwords the same...Read complete review

Having too many online accounts for email, bank accounts, credit cards, financial management, insurance, loans and utility bills leaves us with lots of passwords. We can't just keep our passwords the same for all, especially when the requirements vary significantly, security concerns set aside. Yet, no one wants to get locked out of their online accounts, after making 3 missed entries.

You can save it on your computer's password entry log, or on your mobile device (e.g., Password Keeper), but for some people, having it on paper would be more convenient and much easier to handle. Well, here's the Password Journal, which is a small notebook that organises all of your passwords. I find that it is ideal for people who never log onto their computers and don't know how to use the Password storage on their browser or on their Mac's "Keychain". Think of your grandparents, who ask you for help with their email, Skype or even bill pay online. It's small, thin and lightweight enough to carry--though you probably shouldn't make it too visible--but it's readily recognisable with its long shape and blue covers. I hope no one's agenda looks like that.

The paper quality seems bleached into a very bright white colour, which could be bad for environmentalists, and it might not be archival quality--my Pilot G2 and my Zebra G-301 black gel pens seem to bleed through. And if one isn't careful, they might lose valuable data that could be disastrous (e.g., identity theft). There is also one annoying flaw: its first cell for every form is "Website". I feel that it should have a "Name" field first, then a field for "website/url", as some people may have multiple accounts under subdomains of one website. Also, I can't assume that you'd only want to write Internet passwords. But one cannot deny that this is a great "Plan B" for forgetting their passwords. Store it somewhere easy to remember but hard for prying eyes to find and you should be good. Just make sure that you keep updating that password journal as you keep getting new online accounts.

As an alternative for more tech-savvy folk, there are applications that you can use on your smartphone or tablet that could serve the same purpose. I have a "Password Keeper" application built into my BlackBerry smartphone. It's secure though, encrypted and stays on encrypted BlackBerry smartphone backups without the use of the cloud. For other phones, I'm not too sure about how safe your information would be.

Overall, I like the Password Journal, and I find that it is a necessity for many people today.

VS

Most Helpful Negative Review

 

not what I expected

I did not understand why personal information should be alphabetize when you get new information you should be able to just put them in or better yet make a better heading instead of putting everything...Read complete review

I did not understand why personal information should be alphabetize when you get new information you should be able to just put them in or better yet make a better heading instead of putting everything in alphabet make it easy for the user put it under category like example Entertainment, computer, game, banks, etc. that's my opinion thank you

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5.0

Small, compact and useful overall

By John

from Sherman Oaks, CA

Verified Buyer

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      Best Uses

        Comments about Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”:

        Having too many online accounts for email, bank accounts, credit cards, financial management, insurance, loans and utility bills leaves us with lots of passwords. We can't just keep our passwords the same for all, especially when the requirements vary significantly, security concerns set aside. Yet, no one wants to get locked out of their online accounts, after making 3 missed entries.

        You can save it on your computer's password entry log, or on your mobile device (e.g., Password Keeper), but for some people, having it on paper would be more convenient and much easier to handle. Well, here's the Password Journal, which is a small notebook that organises all of your passwords. I find that it is ideal for people who never log onto their computers and don't know how to use the Password storage on their browser or on their Mac's "Keychain". Think of your grandparents, who ask you for help with their email, Skype or even bill pay online. It's small, thin and lightweight enough to carry--though you probably shouldn't make it too visible--but it's readily recognisable with its long shape and blue covers. I hope no one's agenda looks like that.

        The paper quality seems bleached into a very bright white colour, which could be bad for environmentalists, and it might not be archival quality--my Pilot G2 and my Zebra G-301 black gel pens seem to bleed through. And if one isn't careful, they might lose valuable data that could be disastrous (e.g., identity theft). There is also one annoying flaw: its first cell for every form is "Website". I feel that it should have a "Name" field first, then a field for "website/url", as some people may have multiple accounts under subdomains of one website. Also, I can't assume that you'd only want to write Internet passwords. But one cannot deny that this is a great "Plan B" for forgetting their passwords. Store it somewhere easy to remember but hard for prying eyes to find and you should be good. Just make sure that you keep updating that password journal as you keep getting new online accounts.

        As an alternative for more tech-savvy folk, there are applications that you can use on your smartphone or tablet that could serve the same purpose. I have a "Password Keeper" application built into my BlackBerry smartphone. It's secure though, encrypted and stays on encrypted BlackBerry smartphone backups without the use of the cloud. For other phones, I'm not too sure about how safe your information would be.

        Overall, I like the Password Journal, and I find that it is a necessity for many people today.

        • Are you connected to this product in any way?:
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        3.0

        Password Journal

        By Notebook section

        from Concord Mall

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”:

        Too stiff to use easily

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        5.0

        Perfect password book

        By dypy

        from CMCH

        Verified Buyer
        This customer has reached Intern level on the Staples.com Leaderboard

        Comments about Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”:

        Very handy to keep passwords. Also hard to find a book like this.

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        4.0

        Password Journal

        By Rudy

        from West Brookfield, MA

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        This customer has reached Intern level on the Staples.com Leaderboard

        Comments about Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”:

        I like it a lot. Just what I have been looking for to keep my passwords and ID's together in a compact file. It's simple but yet detailed enough to have all necessary information on hand.

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        5.0

        Great little book

        By DianeE

        from Palm Coast, Florida

        Verified Buyer
        This customer has reached Intern level on the Staples.com Leaderboard

        Comments about Cardinal® Brands Login Journal Companion 6-1/4” x 3-1/4”:

        Helps me keep my many logins and passwords as we seem to accumulate so many these days.

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