Please return to old format.
They ask for your opinion but have no survey set up. Yahoo see you later your page looks like a advertising page for stupid Web pages instead of real Sports articles and actual Sports news. ADIOS YAHOO rather keep a website that cares about my opinion then some Company that is only worried about Flash and no real soul.
The new sports app is horrible. The old one was my favorite. I switched to Bleacher Report for all my sports now. Good by!
The new format is horrible. Anyone listening?
Agree. If i click on a favorite like say Chicago Bears, I want to see articles on the Bears, not ONE article and a bunch of fluff and click bait. And please, cut the click bait, it's up to half the articles now. Finally, if I click on an article, don't show me the first paragraph and make me click again, please, if I want to read the article, give it to me!. I've had Yahoo as my home page since 1994, but you are now going off the rails. On the positive side, I love baseball videos, being able to watch a complete game summary in 15 minutes. Fabulous.
Do more of the good and less of the bad.
Too few choices on your new site, I hate it.
I had no problem with the old format.
I agree, unfortunately they don't care at all. Why they asking our opinion
Correo Mio commented
I have three complaints. First, what happened to the news carousels at Yahoo?
My favorite feature of the old Yahoo home page was the news carousel. Bring back the news carousel on the main Yahoo home page, and put similar news carousels on the Yahoo Sports home page and on the Yahoo Finance home page.
I checked MSN. The MSN home page has a news carousel. Maybe it is time for some of us to switch from Yahoo mail to Outlook mail.
Second, what happened to one-click access from the main Yahoo Sports home page to the Yahoo home pages of our favorite teams?
Third, the "conversations" feature of MLB games should be included underneath the previews/box scores area instead of in a separate area.
Change is ok if it improves the user experience. The previous sports page had serious problems, the new one builds on those.
- wasted space
- fewer headlines (top right)
- scoreboard is now "trending" instead of reestablishing a complete scoreboard/schedule. Hence, it requires scrolling considerable scrolling, even on a large monitor (the old Scoreboard from several years ago was the best Yahoo ever had)
- articles under the top photo are now the awful home page style, which means fewer visible articles, larger photos and extra links that take up vertical room and much more scrolling
- No change in Yahoo Sports' woman hating: no women's soccer under drop down Soccer menu; women's basketball still relegated to the extras;
The reason I used Yahoo Sports was because of its simplicity. Now it has lost that. I will no longer use the platform while it is how it is. Frankly, it's terrible to navigate and helpful for no one. At least have an option to use old format.
I never understand the need to "upgrade" something that was working just fine the way it was. The new look is awful and far less user-friendly.
sean ogata commented
i dont care what it looks like, just pick something and stick with it. stop making changes
All of these "new" looks just add confusion for those seeking info or a story.
Return to the old format. Too much noise & distraction. Looking for a new site & new app.
John Sirk commented
go back to the old old old format
stop sending these foolish emails. Please
Harder to find and access information. Slow to load. When I want to find info I don't need a hundred pictures.
Once again Form triumphs over function. A significantly less useful website after another flashy upgrade
Jackie McKoy commented
Hate the new format. Was much easier to get around on the old one . Looking for a new site . Bleacher maybe . Sorry but it takes to long to navigate this new one .. Everything I needed was 2 or 3 clicks ..
derek hrychuk commented