Too many ads!!!
Ad overload. I don't mind ads, but your interface takes it to new extremes, especially when I try check a folder with no messages in it.
how many ******* ads is okay? NONE. jesus. how many millions of times to you need to be told this? why does it require one minute of gathering feedback?
Having ads on the page is fine, but the ads are often animated and hence are very intrusive for the users. Also, the ad switches too frequently, this is also an intrusive and annoying element to your users.
Yahoo is simply making too many mistakes with the new mail, users will start switching over to Gmail, I'm sure.
Please STOP the flickering ads in my email box! I am 70 years old and the flickering ads really bother my eyesight!
AND I really don't need bathing suits for 20 year old girls!
I guess I'll just get AdBlock and you can complain about THAT!
The size of the right panel ads are too big and is very distracting when browsing emails. I understand that you might want to ads draw attention, but defeats the purpose of using the tool. I have been a yahoo email user for many years, but this new format is really dissapointing. I would also like to modify the screen colors, but the options are very limited. A color palette with options would be helpful.
Vin Tsu start useing Webmail Ad Blocker
Rene Jackson commented
I like the layout of the Classic Mail because it is easier to use to focus on while reading email. The new mail version is too bulky with the views slot and having Messenger, Contacts, Calendar, and Notepad on the right side of the preview panel for email. There is no way to go back to the Classic Mail because it is covered by the task bar. Yahoo should left the storage limit at unlimited storage before Yahoo decided to limit the storage to one terabyte for emails and folders and forces us to clear the folders to make room for new emails and makes it more difficult to save important mails. The Classic Mail is a simple layout without all the extra panels that are useless and taking up space that can only be block by Yahoo Wider Mail, Webmail Ad blocker, or Email Ad Suppression extensions on Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browsers. The free version of Yahoo should be ad free and have wider mail panel like the Yahoo Mail Pro that I would have to pay a monthly plan at $3.49 or yearly plan at $34.99. I think customers that are disabled should have Yahoo Pro mail included with their Yahoo account, on all devices and browsers that they used on a daily basis and have priority customer support to solve any issue that we have without trying get help on the Yahoo Help Central page that tells you to contact them by clicking the Contact US link and going through steps and get told to go through the Yahoo Help Community or see product-related help articles to solve your problem without any help from Yahoo. Do you even care about the disabled customers? The only way to contact Yahoo Customer Care is by going on Facebook, Tumbler or Twitter to get help from a Yahoo Customer Care representative if they get back with you to help. Half the time you wait for a Yahoo Customer Care representative to get back with you saying that they cannot help you with your issue or do not get any help at all which leaves you with your issue. Yahoo, please leave things alone that are fine and do not need to be updated to cause more problems and quit forcing us to use the new Yahoo Mail if we do not want to use it if we are used to the old Yahoo Mail.
Raj Mistry commented
sad day for jim donaldson etc ads for cripto currency are disgraceful and should be banned and also sued / apologies for damage caused to the celebrities anfd their families
Giulio Passarelli commented
Giulio Passarelli commented
Have a BLOCK SENDER option that transfers the sender address
pauline cooper commented
HOW ABOUT LEAVING MY INBOX AND SPAM BOX EMPTY LIKE I TOOK THE TIME TO MAKE IT INSTEAD IF USING EVERY SINGLE OPPORTUNITY TO ADVERTISE TO ME? DO YOU NOT THINK WE TURN IT OFF AND REFUSE TO READ IT OR LOOK AT IT? STOP ALREADY!!!!!
Murugiah P commented
Right side advertisement - remove these advertisement, irritating
David Gregor commented
If you do not stop putting ads in my inbox, I will simply drop Yahoo, and go to another e-mail server! Quit putting that **** in my inbox!
encar santos commented
Please remove the ads in the emails. Or at least can we delete them, they are not selected. Once I respond to Why this ad? another ad is sent
Frank DeLeon commented
I paid to NOT have the annoying ad pop up when I am trying to read my email. What can I do to keep them from popping up and not allowing me to read my email?
Eddy Clervain commented
There is a bunch of ads in my inbox that is so annoying. Please i would like to stop seeing them, otherwise i'll delete this account. What are you guys thinking. stupid idea to keep bugging people like that.
mario ross commented
As others have commented, Yahoo sucks more than ever. Mail is nearly impossible to use. Clearly, I must suck for continuing to use Yahoo mail. Soon I will have a new email address and be done with your ****** company forev--until the next popup ad.
Thanks for all the ****** years,
Customer who doesn't like your company. And never bought anything advertised by it.
Steve Valdivia commented
Wells Fargo adds are unwelcome due to terrible and well known illegal issues. I no longer use Yahoo on a regular basis because of advertising Wells Fargo
William Slaughter commented
Too many ads. ******* ads everywhere. ******** with your MASSIVE advertising campaigns or I will CANCEL my yahoo account. ****!!
CHAKER SBAI commented
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These CONSTANT annoying unwanted advertisements to my inbox. They don't offer anything desireable!!