How to create a label to block Adds? I'm full of them
Here’s how to remove or block ads in Yahoo Mail: https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN15803.html
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Joy Opute commented
Please i hate the ads appearing on my mail and distracting me badly..thanks.. i dont need it
Dan Lewis commented
I just saw a pop up in the middle of my yahoo email. A pop up on Trump. On the old interface. Keep your god dam pop ups out of my personal space. I will give yahoo two weeks to fix this, If not i will drop Yahoo like hand full of ****. Get the **** out of my emails
Jagjit Singh commented
Ads are not relevant and rarely find them useful to me. please allow getting rid of them
Alison P commented
Please can you find some way of making the advert at the top of my inbox look less like a regular email? At the moment it sits immediately above the newest email, and isn't clearly enough an advert. I don't want to click on it inadvertently.
should we not be paid to have your advertisers use our screen to promote their products? I would suggest ten cents per word, prepaid!!!
i would prefer to give my permission to be a subscriber to your advertisers instead of having to "unsubscribe" to unauthorized subscription.
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important to have full screen without ads in the right column we did not authorize you to do that on our privately owned desk top computer
Nancy Lang commented
Stop the incessant, intrusive ads....they run batteries down and make Yahoo seem totally oblivious to the harassment their customers have to put up with. Your customers are continually telling you about this problem, and you seem to just ignore the complaints and carry on as usual. Yahoo doesn't seem to care.
James Beard commented
If I wanted more ads with my mail, I'd just leak my email info more than Yahoo has. I get enough spam mail from everywhere that I don't need Yahoo spam ads popping up when I hover over anything. Now...
That my ad blocker no longer functions with your site is terrible. The flow feels clunky, and the UI is annoying. Please do yourself a favor and put it back to "classic" and deal with the fact people don't want you ads. Yahoo is old, and we like it that way. I mean if you are trying to make things work, maybe working on product support, security, and giving folks a better way to manage spam and malicious email. This new UI is a money grab by Yahoo to ad revenue and you should be ashamed.
Dan Burch commented
How do I adjust the screen to use the entire screen for viewing an email.
DT Orr commented
Please remove the **** women's clothing adds from my yahoo inbox. Thanks.
Jenn Mattey Brooking commented
With this new format I accidentally hit spam way too frequently because the ads are there and then not and basically moves my spam button to where delete is. This could be resolved by asking if I really want to mark this as spam. And with this new format I cannot figure out the add email as easily as it used to be.
when I have an empty folder it starts a talking ad,
don't make the ads in the inbox look like an email I can accidentally click on it
Let me permanently disable the ad bar on the right side, every time I minimize it, it comes back on the next email. I'm deleting my account if this thing isn't gone soon. Stop trying to jam ads into everything you do, Yahoo!
Naresh Kandharkar commented
Could you tell me how can I stop the advertisement from my mail box? Orelse let me switch and continue with basic mail.
Carrie Taranova commented
This new system does not let us get rid of the commercials we are FORCED to endure at the top of our mail listings. THEY WON'T DELETE !
Stop sending commercials into our inbox. You have enough commercials all over the page, leave our inbox alone.
Parker Trias-Geromo commented
I promise NOT to patronize any of the businesses that SHOVE their ads into my Inbox. I've already called Amica Insurance to assure them that I'll never even request a quote from them as long as they continue to force their ads into my Inbox. Next.....!