get rid off white list notification.
I do not want ANY ads on my email, EMAIL should be EMAIL nothing else. Make money with other means
Cherri P commented
Please stop the ads between emails, it makes it very difficult to see what you actually came to do is read emails not be forced to review irrelevant stuff. Google and all other email platforms do not have this issue, Yahoo get on board
Bruce Pierson commented
Use Webmail Ad Blocker WAB to get rid of the advertising panel on the right-side of the screen. WAB is free and it's available for Firefox and Chrome browsers. It removes the entire advertising panel and allows Mail to use the whole screen. Works on GMail also.
I bet Yahoo deletes this post or blocks comments and voting on it.
RAJEEV BAPAT commented
I am fed-up with unwanted ads in my inbox even after unsubscribing / output from all ads emails
Wish to close my yahoo email account
How to get rid of these ads
I agree with Laszlo. I get very ****** off due to these ads, pop-ups. Emails are for emails only!!! Take the other **** and shove it.....Ron
They have now made the system disfunctional if you run adblocker
sandy trout commented
I do not want any adds appearing on my email, there is enough of that on the home page
Please. No ads in email!
Unhappy Yahoo user commented
DM Yahoo Media CEO Guru Gowrappan on Twitter since Support is blowing us all off. Be polite, but let him know how bad this is. Contacts is FUBAR after redesign. Tweet to @gurugk
Sam Palermo commented
STOP PLACING ANY ADS IN MAIL BOX.
I originally began paying for Yahoo mail because I was willing to pay for an uncluttered, personally subsidized mail service by my fees. It was a fair trade-off. Fees and NO ADS--------then. Now, Yahoo has morphed into being no different than Gmail (where I have 3 other accounts).
My questions to the "decision makers" at Yahoo:
WHY SHOULD I REMAIN AS A CUSTOMER?
WHY SHOULD I PAY EXTRA FOR AD-FREE?
WHAT MAKES YAHOO THINK THIS ANNOYANCE OF ADS WOULD BE TOLERATED?
Of course, I don't expect to have the "Mr. Big" at Yahoo to respond. They'll get the attention by the cancelled accounts. My serious consideration.
Store Staff commented
Plus if you have multiple email accounts in your yahoo mail the archive folder is NOT there for most of the email accounts!!! When you click archive it disappears under that email - and you have to type it in search field if you remember! Their staff is clueless!!! I am a web developer and their lame answer was it's under the sent folder section ... Ummmm NOOOOOO it's not! That only for the mail yahoo mail not other emails imported and used in the account! So aggravating!!!!
rebeccagilda apodaca commented
they are annoying
rebeccagilda apodaca commented
they are anoying
Switch to Firefox and your problem will be solved. They have ad-on's that will eliminate ads.
Joseph Trujillo commented
Please adds COVER my screen. NO more.
Nathan De La O commented
I am a young christian and I constantly see ads for women's swim apparel and women's lingerie. Please get rid of these dumb ads!
kevin morgan commented
I am not now, nor am I ever, going to white list this email so I can have ads running rampant on it and ******* everything up. **** off. Wankers.
I am so very tired of all the ads and all the pop ups that cover part of the e mail I atrying to read and the email I am trying to write ! PLEASE.... Treat your Yahoo Customers with kindness instead of ruining our experience with you.
PLEASE STOP the constant ads !! Roberta
These Inbox ads are VERY disruptive. They make clearing my overfull inbox quite difficult. For EVERY company that I have seen shoving ads into my inbox, I have em-mailed and/or called them to tell them that NO company shoving their unwanted ads into my inbox will EVER get any business from me -- it's an automatic exclusion as far as I'm concerned. I WANT MY OLD YAHOO BACK; THIS ONE SUCKS!
Switch to Mozilla Firefox for a browser. Then add Firefox Extensions "AdBlocker Ultimate" & "AdGuard AdBlocker". I did that years ago and have yet to see any ads. You may have to turn the ad blockers off on certain web sites but it is easy to turn them back on.