Users can sign up for a free account, add personal details and links to articles online or upload PDFs of work that has appeared in print.
The platform offers a range of templates to choose from.
In addition journalists can add a CV and contact form, both features which make this platform particularly useful.
Journo Portfolio joins other portfolio sites, notably Cuttings.me which launched last year.
In the 'frequently asked questions' area of the platform, Journo Portfolio states that it is free at present, adding "at some point in the future we may decide to offer advanced features or options for a fee but we will always have a free core-service and will never place ads on your portfolio site".
In October Journalism.co.uk published this list of five free portfolio and profile platforms for journalists.
Pressfolios is another platform being developed. It is currently in private beta.
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