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CluedUp is dead (as from next Tuesday), long live Telegraph Puzzles.
I received the following message yesterday on CluedUp:
As CluedUp is the puzzles website of The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph, we have decided to change our name to — roll of drums, please — Telegraph Puzzles!
At first, the only differences you will see are the name change and web address. But in the future we aim to bring you some of the other great puzzles that Telegraph readers enjoy every day in the newspaper.
In order for this name change to take place, CluedUp will undergo maintenance for one hour on Tuesday 19 October from 11am to 12pm midday. Users are advised to save any incomplete puzzles and log out before this time.
All changes will be completed within the one hour downtime on Tuesday. Subscriptions will remain the same, and users will NOT need to re-register to the service. Subscribers will access the website in exactly the same way as they do now.
Maintenance: Tuesday 19 October
Downtime: 1 hour (11am – 12pm midday)
Changes: Name change and replacement of the Clued Up URL address (www.clueduppuzzles.telegraph.co.uk) with a new Telegraph Puzzles URL (www.puzzles.telegraph.co.uk)
The new URL will only be valid after 12pm midday on Tuesday 19 October, after which time, you are advised to update the link if saved on your favourites.
We apologise for the interruption to the service. If you have any queries please contact our Customer Services, whose details can be found on the FAQ’s page.
The CluedUp team.
I was somewhat underwhelmed by the announcement and I’m puzzled as to why a novel name like “CluedUp” should be replaced by the boringly anodyne “Telegraph Puzzles” – perhaps it’s so we can no longer refer to the site as ScrewedUp!!