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Please allow us to filter the homepage news. I love Yahoo but the liberal news propaganda is disgusting.

I just want to be able to block content from appearing on my homepage. It's really annoying to have to see such obvious propaganda and hate news in order to get to my email. I used to love reading the days events but you've alienated me and I get my news and entertainment from other sources now. Provide ALL content and let your customers set filters for what they want to see. Please be fair.

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  • Ken Zerbe commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Let us EXCLUDE certain article topics, using a filter. For example, if I haven't seen GOT or Avengers, let me exclude any article with that in the title from my list of articles to read. Perhaps I can just type it in, and it removes all those articles until I delete that filter.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    My shows get ruined. Please give us a filter to edit out content.
    If I filter out GOT then I shouldn't be able to see JOHN SNOW SPOILERS

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would like the ability to block any "news" feed or story involving the Kardashians or Jenners. Please make this possible.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    i keep blocking news feeds about kardashians and family members and they show up under news feeds for some reason your filter does not see the reason for blocking them. adjust this or find away to block the name. i can do this on a cell phone no reason why you can not do this on your home page.

  • A T commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The "feature" that is suppose to let us choose is not effective. Its too broad. I should be able to filter articles with foul language not everyone in fact many adults are able to carry conversations without cursing. Taking out a few letters is not okay. Also I do not want to see ANY new stories on anyone in the Kardashian family. Why should I have to block a whole outlet to filter (without success) particular articles. Come on its 2019 the technology is available. The coding can be accomplished.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    the response i got from Yahoo was about advertising. i didn't ask about advertising! i asked about blocking websites or articles on certain people/topics from the feed! you're kidding me, right?

  • mE commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Just dropping another comment to say that the "See less from this publisher" function doesn't work. At all.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    hi. you give us the option to "see less" of certain sites, yet they're still there. why the tease? that's not very cool. it's not so much the actual sites as it is the particular topic being blocked. there are certain people/topics that i am sick of hearing about so i want to "see less" of them, yet you apparently don't care about my request. why? there are countless websites you can replace the ones we hide with. is it possible to come up with a topic filter where we don't have to ban entire sites, just articles about topics we don't care about? certain keywords/names? it HAS to be possible somehow. thanks for your time.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I am a long time user of Yahoo homepage and was a Yahoo webhosting member,Please for the love of God, allow users to be able to block content from certain news sources. More and more, Yahoo is alienating my family and myself with the constant trash on our homepage. Is it really worth accepting sponsorship from news groups when it is pushing away your users? We now avoid viewing your news articles. Yahoo could easily update their system to allow users to block content for any news source it finds offensive. I hope Yahoo heeds the calls of its users before we all leave for other search engines where we wont be alienated every time we log in. Thank you

  • Timothy G. Hess commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Your "manage publishers" that suggest that I will see less of a particular publisher is a farce! Beside the normal every day removing of Huff Post multiple times but I counted just Huff Post and on average every day I see 10 articles from Huff Post....even after you at Yahoo say that I will see less! Just another piece of **** to make users believe you are trying to fix the problem! I would be tempted to sue Yahoo for false advertising! What do you think, you idiots?

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    please make sure when I click to no longer see articles about sports that you stop the feeds; I will go through the entire feed, click every sports article to 'see less' from this publisher, click refresh and the 1st, 3rd and more are sports articles. If I click to see less, then shut off the sports feed!!

  • Strommy STROM commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Instead of wasting my **** time clicking "see less from Marie Claire, Footwear for Chicks, Girl stuff weekly, Popsugar, etc" have people fill out brief questionnaire to personalize news feed (and of course target ads for age, gender, interests) How hard is that and why hasn't anyone thought of it yet? Seriously

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Stop publishing fluff, or allow the possibility of filtering celebrity-driven glitter. Yahoo has been my home page for many years, but I'm looking around for others. Your political coverage is anything but even handed. Perhaps you know your market, and it's just not for me.

  • Stu Cymbol commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The Yahoo "tech support staff" does nothing. I keep trying to rid myself of the stench from HuffPo and WaPo (really stupid acronyms, by the way) and I keep seeing more of this garbage and other celebrity-driven drivel. Yahoo has 30 days to stop annoying the **** out of me before I leave.

  • schutzen-jager commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    your homepage show less option is a TOTAL JOKE - your biased reporting is rampant all over home page - quit AOL , now only use Yahoo for occasional email - WHY DON'T YOU LISTEN TO CONSUMERS AT ALL ???????????????????????

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