Didn't there used to be a way to eliminate specific topics from clogging up my homepage? I am seriously offended by the presumption that I g
Let us pick topics ( such as celebrities, IE reality stars) or people (like ANY of the Kardasians) to completely eliminate from our homepages. If you don't get rid of some of that garbage I'm going to change mine!
Tim L commented
Agree. Pete Davidson and that Adriana singer are just as bad. Why can't I eliminate that from my feed?
greg kauffman commented
We used to be able to block certain types of content. All I get on my homepage anymore is sports & the kartrashians, I DONT CARE YAHOO!!!
J K commented
Yes, please--can we customize our homepage with subjects that interest us? It would be great to be able to filter out reality "stars" like Kardashians!
Nobody's forcing you to do anything. It's your choice to use Yahoo. I'd suggest going elsewhere, asap. @ Joe Jones, people are not "customers" of Yahoo, that would suggest there's some kind of fee. We are all just viewers who have a choice as to which service we use. See how easy that is, it's your choice to continually subject yourself or go to one of the competitors as you mention. Goodbye and good riddance. Thank you Yahoo!! I appreciate you for what you are. A gathering point for articles from multiple sources and mediums.
E C M commented
People accuse Yahoo of forcing them to see things. Unless you are a paying subscriber, they aren't forcing you to do anything. You have choices. While disappointed they no longer have the option to see less of a particular type of article or about a person (such as Kardashians), you take what you get for free or go elsewhere to get it. People seem to want customized, gold level service for free and think of Yahoo as a free speech platform and they are not. Joe, use another service if you don't like it but people need to understand that you get what you get if you aren't paying for the extras.
LD Long commented
I hate sports. Give us a way to get that junk off the right and let us pick what we WANT to see.
Joe Jones commented
It's time to wake up, Yahoo... you are blatantly forcing your customers to see only one side of the news spectrum and so many of the articles are blatantly biased. I'd like to be able to choose my news source, just like I'd choose which newspaper to buy (NYT or WSJ) or what site to visit (Mother Jones or Drudge). This is still America, right? Everyone of your competitors allows user choice... you should too.