Whats the point of feedback? Yahoo NEVER responds & NEVER changes anything.
It's clear that people who hate the app-want to opt out.Between Yahoo groveling for its app & desperate websites grifting after cookies-I browse as little as possible. Thanks for reminding me to choose chrome over yahoo.
Alina Mendivil commented
dave graham commented
Stop shoving the ******* app in our face. “Use app” and “faster in the app” along with the regular advertisements take up 50% of the screen now you clowns. What kind of ******** is this? I don’t want the app. If someone wants it they will get it. I had to switch from mobile to desktop site, we’ll see how long that works but if it gets to the point where you force the app, I will just cancel my account you morons. Have a blessed day!
michael jorae commented
And how does one get out this TODAY $(!#?
Tom Houser commented
“do indeed change things”. This is actually comical. Yes, you do change the things that YOU want changed. But in about 15 years, I can’t remember one issue on here addressed. They are basic. Yet ignored.
duane 555 commented
bj orr commented
Thanks for responding. The solicitation for the app should have been sent in regular e-mail format affording me the right to spam it.
Yahoo used a different format(blocking e-mails 40to 50 times a day with a "try app" screen freeze) without an unsubscribe/spam option -in order to circumvent the right to spam the app adverts
bj orr commented
For now-the hated "try app " enforcer mafia has stopped freezing my screen. But -like dracula- I'm not safe until I see the stake in that spam's heart.
Hi there, we do respond as best we can. True, we cannot respond to every single piece of feedback, but we are reading and we do indeed change things. What seems to be the trouble? We'd love more info on the issue you are facing? Thanks!