2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 28, 2012 9:08 AM by canytkd

    Older issues of Magazines

      I've been trying to find the answer to this question, but haven't yet.  I like the Food Network Magazine and have subscribed for years.  I keep every issue because I like to refer back to them when I want to try new recipes.  If I switch my subscription to Nook, will I still be able to go back to older issues to review?  Are they deleted after a certain amount of time?  Do they get archived, and if so, can they still be accessed?  

       

      Thanks!

        • Re: Older issues of Magazines

          I don't believe you can 'go back' to issues older than when you initially subscribed.  As far as going forward - magazines and newspapers are typically saved by B&N for 1 year or 10 issues, whichever comes first.  Then they are automatically deleted from your account.

           

          HOWEVER, if you archive a particular issue, it takes it out of this auto-delete queue and it will be saved forever (or, at least, as long as B&N exists), even if you then unarchive it later on to view it again.  You can do this for every issue.