Problems with new My Yahoo
Please allow people to try the new my yahoo then opt back out - the only way to check out the new setup is to fully opt in - then you are stuck with no way back.
Font way too big and no way to adjust.
Less configurable apps.
Apps are rearranged all over the place, and some old ones are no longer available.
Hovering over news items no longer gives brief synopses.
New portfolio app sucks - give back ability to see all at portfolios at once without the stupid name pulldown.
Allow more theme customization like there used to be.
Allow resizing column widths like there used to be.
My Yahoo has been my homepage for over 10 years and the new one is practically unusable for me. I'm going to have to finally abandon it for something else.
David Platt commented
New layout is not terrible but is a step back from previous version. I would rather see my portfolios as I was able to do in the previous version all at once. Also, I'd prefer the previous weather app, and the color schemes are too limited. I'll be looking at alternate home pages.
Jeff Banks commented
I liked having my fantasy window including all the other comments. I too have been with My Yahoo for 10+ years and do NOT like the new one.
Hate it. I want my old page back. I did not know that the theme that I wanted was not available until you are forced to commit to the new one, then it's too late.
BIRDELLA DAVIS commented
You cannot modify "My Yahoo" by moving the calendar. I don't want the sports scores for all teams, just my team. Plus, I don't want to see any ads at the top of my page.
Jeff Fabian commented
This new version sucks. If I had to rate it. I would give it a -100
Robert D Perkins commented
I can not put my content where I want it. RDP
Please let me go back to the old my yahoo
I hate this thing. lost all my bookmarks and now have the stupid app advertising. brother!
James Taylor commented
I hate the new layout. I am not 80. I don't need huge fonts.
Cannot edit my bookmarks or apps
This suggestion above is right on point. Pay close attention to it. I believe it will be the reaction of a great many of your users. By all means, remodel things, but do so in a way that preserves existing format and functionality. People have arranged things in a way that works for them. If you change it all around, they're likely to look elsewhere for their service.
Toni Johnson commented
Please allow people to try the new my yahoo then opt back out - the only way to check out the new setup is to fully opt in - then you are stuck with no way back
Cristy McKinney commented
Hate It! Hate It!
Google is looking more and more appealing as a home page.
Yahoo is losing it................
Tim Bradshaw commented
And where is my Facebook
Tim Bradshaw commented
I don't want to see apps
Where is my Fanatsy sports teams
Jeff Lockard commented
Same here. My Yahoo has been my main page since the 1990s.
This new design, I cannot stick with.
Shawn Ramsey commented
I would be happy just to adjust the font size