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Mouse-over preview sentences
Bring back the mouse-over preview sentences for the thumbnail news pics.
I do not want to have to open stories of which I am not interested. The preview sentence is what determined the links selected.4 comments · Other · Admin →
Hello, Thank you for your feedback. The issue with preview sentences has been resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Thanks, Product Support
Change Today section back so when you hover over the small picture/label at the bottom, it shows up in the larger view above.
This issue has been fixed. Thank you for the feedback.
My Yahoo team
Bookmarks are broke on "My Yahoo" page. For over a week now the book mark section just says "Sorry! We are temporarily unable to load the content. Please refresh or try again later". Well I have tried and tried and tried and getting vary upset. I have tried different browsers, computers, checked for malware, and cleared cookies.
We have fixed issues affecting bookmarks.
If there’s any remaining issue, please submit a new suggestion.
Thank you all for your valuable feedback.
My Yahoo team.
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