'Unsubscribe' pop-up gets annoying real fast
Please add an option to disable the 'Unsubscribe from unwanted newsletters' feature, or at least add a way to hide addresses that I want to stay subscribed to. I'm subscribed to about 20 newsletters and I want to keep reading them. I don't need a reminder or help.
Michael Annis commented
Lillian Saez commented
I have over 16,000 pop ups that I want deleted ..and it won’t allow me to. Please stop this. So I came on this and see it’s happening to others. Can you please delete them ASAP
michael bohne commented
I think yahoo has the constant pop-up to jam computers and prevent people from speaking out on issue that management does not agree with. WHAT! I really love is when trying to complete a quiz and at each FN page the pop-up keep hanging things UP.
Dorothy Bennett commented
Please stop!!!! You’ve asked me to unsubscribe to the same things every time I delete anything!!! Stop!!!!!
Add feature to stop you annoying automatic unsubscribe pop-up.
ivana sukyu commented
my suggestion is that you read yahoo forums and take down your post saying Daily Yahoo stories unsubscribe not working is now solved.you posted that jan 2017 its march 2018 now and its still not fixed. and hundreds keep saying that but you have yet to change the forums and or fix the problem. its been well over a year with thousands saying it isnt fixed , yet you ignore us all
Very annoying. Some of the e-mails, I know the information inside from the subject. I don't even need to open them. But new Y asks me to unsubscribe. No, I don't want to unsubscribe to any of my e-mail services. I'm reading the subjects on the list, and get the information needed. I thought at a certain point, that, if I mark them as read before deleting them, I would get rid of this pop-up... Not a chance. Very disappointed.
Dan dlginla commented
Turn that F*&&*&%&^G pop-up OFF!
I've tried and tried to vote for this Request but Yahoo's system does NOT work. I have new computer and am up to date on all settings. AS FOR THIS POP UP FEATURE, I find it annoying and vote for it to be removed or have a way to disable it. Thank you.
Jennifer Tanner commented
Ugh, yes please to disabling the pop-up. It's so annoying. It even asks me if I want to delete emails I read!
Mary Connelly commented
My issue is that it comes up with the SAME 6 suggestions every day. I've acted on those suggestions already. Reduce the frequency, fix the algorithm, and give users the option to opt out.
Christopher Tucci commented
I agree, please allow us to disable this popup.
I want to Unsubscribe to the Unsubscribe Pop-Up!! It only burdens me with another message I must delete but this one is several times a day!!!
clayton nemrow commented
Not only does it not do what it says it does, but it has become more annoying than the newsletters themselves that I can unsubscribe to myself if it bothers me so much. NOT being able to tell this yahoo pop up to shut up is yet another example of Yahoo's poor engineering of an otherwise decent idea.
Terri Paxton commented
Raises hand. Agreed.
The first time was: oh cool.
But after every single day i go to delete it wants to unsubscribe JUST because I deleted them (and some of them I DO read) its old. GIVE ME OPTION TO DISABLE YAHOO!
David Sarji commented
Give us the option to turn this "feature" off!
Unbelievable, verging on moronic, that Yahoo would force feed a daily popup down the throats of its entire email user population, without any opt-in or (more importantly) opt-out capability.
Bungling like this is the sort of thing that will actually motivate users to set up a spare Gmail account and give up on Yahoo permanently. Nice job!
I'll pile on. This isn't 2001. Most people know how to unsubscribe or limit emails. The worst part -- it recommends unsubscribing from emails I open and read regularly. And not being able to disable this is unreal and annoying.
Lisa Finkral commented
This feature is incredibly annoying. I can manage my inbox on my own, thankyouverymuch.
Dan McCarthy commented
This feature makes me want to go into a Hulk rage! Allow us to disable it!!!!!!!
Robert Woodley commented
Agreed. I don't need this feature. It is another interruption in my work flow. I can manage my subscriptions.