I really dislike your new model. It’s more cumbersome and the font too small. I like the Inbox link to be right at the top, not after 3
Make the font larger. Layout the side bar with links to inbox, spam, etc. the way it was before, with inbox at the top. Move settings and other 2nnow at top to the bottom. Don’t need to show preview of message, just Subject line.
Doug Siddens commented
Enable many selects for deletion that span more than one display page.
Wanda Singleton commented
Not enough space to finish comments. Make print larger. Tell your customer before changing to something inferior. Make pages scroll again instead of having to click pages. Make contacts accessible. Everything seems to be a step back instead of forward. My vote is go back to the easy way.
HIRAK AMIN commented
I am getting . Too much mail without subscription .. can u pl help to stop all those mail. Which are not subscribed.
Gina Farinelli commented
Thank you for deciding for me to switch to Verizon. If I have to start formatting my email all over again... why not with a new company? Email font size in inappropriate for all correspondences, search does not work to retrieve older emails, contacts do not self load in compose, too many multi-step processes. I am a special education teacher and my students would like to volunteer to "repair or replace" your current email program since it is wasting our valuable time.
A S commented
I have the same problem a complete disaster almost impossible to write an email
nathan sager commented
I like yahoo
nathan sager commented
Describe is by make the letters bigger easy to read. Nathan sager
Michelle De Vries commented
Since the new format, I can not write nor answer the emails, as the result as the following: thththTh , when wanting to write"The"...etc.etc. A complete desastre
Switch back to previous display settings for text size; message text is much too tiny to read now. All older users with aging eyesight will struggle with this new message display set-up. I need a magnifying glass to read things now. It is so bad for me (54) that I'm seriously considering dumping my paid-for, no-ads Yahoo mail for something else that provides a comfortable reading experience for all.