Just please continue keeping "old" Zap2it listings Web design! :-)
On 2014 04 03 Zap2it rolled out a completely new Web design for their listings, and completely eliminated all the features that made it useful for timeshifting. I was pulling my hair out until I discovered Yahoo! TV powered by the now "old" design...and I never felt more grateful for Yahoo! than at that moment. I hope you will do all you can to continue holding on to that "old" Zap2it listings Web design.
I have used Zap2It TV listings for years. Now they're ruined it with a new look. But, Yahoo HAS SAVED THE DAY by continuing to carry the "classic" look of Zap2It. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU -- and PLEASE, PLEASE don't switch to the ****** new look Zap2It introduced in April.
PS: It shouldn't be so hard to contact you. It took me over 45 minutes of looking around all over the place to find that Yahoo DOESN'T HAVE a simple "contact us" e-mail address -- not on your corporate site, no-where. So, I hope someone in your planning department gets this. And I hope you keep your TV listings just the way they are. Thank you.
I stopped using Zap2it for the same reason. They loaded it up with too many bells and whistles for their own benefit - not the public's. All we want and need is a simple, sparse grid with the ability to see listings at different times, the choice of reading a short blurb, selecting broadcast v. cable,and narrowing the offerings. They ruined its functionality. It was incompatible with my system. I switched to TVguide.com, but it looks like CBS intends to ruin that, too. I came back to yahoo TV, but it's disappeared!
Amen to that. But as I noted in another posting, the "My Faves" and "Change My Location" features need work to operate as they should (and as they used to). I do hope this will happen.
william cherry commented
the original zap2it format was nice to use > once u set it up for your tv service & area>>>the new format has too many ads that pop up every time u click on anything within the program >>have to get rid of the pop up to continue >>pain in the a....... >>>
Absolutely; I used to use zap2it all the time; hate the new look and am very glad that Yahoo still uses it; my new source of TV listings on my laptop. Having problem getting it on iPad, though.