STOP CHANGING THE HOMEPAGE!!!!!
Every few months Yahoo inexplicably introduces a new version of the homepage, which,as evidenced by the barrage of comments that inevitably follow, virtually ALL YOUR USERS UNIVERSALLY HATE!!! It begs the question, why do you insist on forcing changes on your loyal users THAT NO ONE WANTS?! Is this 'busy work' something your programmers dream up to justify their over-inflated six figure salaries?
And don't get me started on all the 'new and improved' versions of Yahoo Mail - each evolution more dysfunctional and buggier than the one that preceded it. Once upon a time Yahoo had the most perfectly simple elegant intuitive and useful email communication tool on the internet. But, just as you do with the homepage, you seem intent on constantly screwing things up with newer versions, versions that are notable only for being flashier, but no more functional or more useful. Quite the contrary.
PLEASE JUST STOP changing up the home page for no good reason! LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE!!! While you're at it, PLEASE give us back the option to use Classic Mail. It was perfect. Nothing you've dreamed up since comes close.
*****DO YOU (anyone) WANT YOUR OLD "Homepage" BACK ?? ..follow my steps..
- Whatever "browser" you're using, FIND OUT "HOW" to "remove" the YAHOO "cookie" ..
- Then, ...CLEAR your browser's "Web Cache" ..ok! ,,and THAT should return the old Homepage that you love!
-- AND (as another suggestion) ...Look to see if there's a "box" in your "browser" (inside Tools/Options/Advanced or etc)...to Automatically UPDATE "Search engines" .. if you see it..then--> UN-check it!!! - ("un-tick" the box)
Much love to ya..
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Does anyone actually ever read these comments? Does anyone at Yahoo actually care what your users want (or don't want)? If so, you would realize from reading the feedback that your users - especially longterm users - overwhelmingly HATE the senseless changes to the homepage and changes to mail that you force on us with no warning. Sadly,it seems we users are just screaming into the wind with our feedback. Clearly no one at Yahoo gives a **** what we think.