I love my Yahoo Calendar. I have all my family and friends birthdays & anniversaries entered in. I have been using it for years.
Now I see that non-Federal US holidays have been added to the US Holidays by Yahoo - taking up room in the boxes, e.g. Huey P. Long Day, Defenders' Day, Alaska Day, King Kamehameha Day, Bunker Hill Day, Sovereignty Restoration Day, etc. Check out October 9!!!! WHY did Yahoo add these to U.S. Holidays? How can I get JUST FEDERAL U.S. holidays on my calendar?
YAHOO, PLEASE offer us the option of:
"Federal U.S. Holidays ONLY"
"Every Holiday Federal & States".
Sharon M commented
These used to be perfect, with accurate actual holidays. Now it is a train wreck, as though someone added every possible non-holiday. There are repetitive entries of not-actual *holidays*, worded differently - all of it cluttering the calendar.
Look at Oct 10
- Columbus Day
- Civil Servants holiday (this means government and bank holiday? Why on earth - it doesn't need to be a separate holiday entry)
- Native American Day (these last 3 are all the same thing, phrased differently)
- Day of the Indigenous People
- Indigenous Peoples' Day
This should just be 2 entries (Columbus Day & Indigenous Peoples' Day)
October 28 - "Nevada Day" ??? (and many more like this). Agree with Nancy, please make the non-federal holidays a separate option.
Nov 25 entries:
- Banks may be closed
- Lincoln's Birthday (the only one necessary)
- Public holiday
- Civil Servants holiday
The details of Lincoln's Birthday (public holiday, banks may be closed, civil servants holiday) are all extraneous details about Lincoln's Birthday, and do not require additional entries.
If you need help, please hire me to clean up / sort your calendar entries. I'll even do it for free.
Yahoo User commented
Mine don't have any of them.