I'm not going to whitelist you in adblocker. If you keep dropping features and making it harder to use, I'll switch to GMail.
Alienating customers is a bad idea. You have too many ads so I put on adblocker. Now you are cutting features and functionality. Keep it up and I'll switch to GMail.
carlos roca commented
I already started my transfer to Gmail. Yahoo has me tired, first with its cry that they want to show ads and now they intend to force me to see the ads. That happened to them for not buying from Google when they could.
Better to go now, before they make something up to stop me. Yahoo was always my favorite email, but it fell very low forcing me to see ads. Goodbye Yahoo, now you will be just a nice memory.
Mike Herron commented
Agreed - the Yahoo brand has been diminished for at least a decade. They're fortunate to have any email users left. Some 10 years ago, I decided to switch from GMAIL to Yahoo because GMAIL's spam filter was terrible. Now, the Yahoo brand was bought by a conglomerate and the webmail has turned to ****. I guess I'm going to switch all of my accounts to my gmail address now. Should have done it years ago. Punishing users for using an adblock is bad.
khaled Ewida commented
I have used yahoo mail since 1989. Put up with your crappy ads and outdated platform. I got sick of your side bar ads as they are taking more space than my mail boxes bar. Because you keep treating your users as a commodity and assume they will do nothing, they used ad blockers. Now you are forcing me to unblock you annoying ads. I actually don't have any problem moving to Gmail if this is what you like. keeping my email address is not going to make me accept your totalitarian approach.
Michael J Cassidy commented
I concur AND would like to be able to return to the Classic Yahoo...
Sandra Ferolito commented
Keep it up Yahoo and you are all going to be out of a job. NO MORE YAHOO! Now that's a happy thought.
Mel Tulu commented
I am about to do the same thing it's annoying and i am feed up will use gmail if this continues
Fusien Widianto commented
It's finally time to leave yahoo i guess. The removed "advance" feature include clicking link that is just a single line of code and their "basic" feature is option bar with button that is probably a dozen line of code. Pure ********.
mark mitry commented
It has become so annoying that I did switch to gmail. Yahoo email is no longer usable.
Michael Botvin commented
If Yahoo keeps up the BS about white listing I will switch to another email!!!
Alonzo Wilson commented
Already starting the switch over to a different mail server. I've been with Yahoo for over 20 years but this latest garbage with my email account and forcing ads is too much. It's just a pain in the butt to have to change the email address on my personal accounts, but worth it to loose the Yahoo censorship and forced ads along with the poisonous political position Yahoo has taken lately.
tammy moleski commented
Same here, this is getting out of control, like many other I have had this for many years. This ad-blocker BS is way out of hand. I to will be leaving, if they dont fix the BS.
James Patyrsun commented
I have been using Yahoo for quite some time. Many years in fact. Yahoo mail is the reason I had to get an ad blocker. You want to be reasonable, but you do not. You want to bombard, or allow your advertisers to bombard us with **** malware and cookies that slow down our computers to a crawl.
No thank you. Whoever had this bright idea to try to force us to conform to such BS should be fired. You will loose market share, and if that is your plan, then very well played. I will be switching over to another email service provider that does not attempt to blackmail its customers.
Hope you come to your senses, before it is too late. Had an aol account, and a hot mail account too, and when they started becoming restrictive, I switched over. You will see that for every one of us that speaks out against this bad PR policy, hundreds or thousands will say nothing but will just leave your service and misguided policy for a more understanding email service provider.
You seem to be under the mistaken belief that most of us want all the bells and whistles you want to offer... When in fact, all we really want is to read our emails in peace, without our system being contaminated with malware, and your intrusive ad program.
You are free to do as you like, but so are we, your customers.
Ezra Parris commented
I have 5 personal email accounts and about 4 work related to check. I am on the brink of deleting some. Push me. Yahoo. Push me.
Linda Harrison commented
I have 3 yahoo accounts. They will all be going away soon.
Neil Barker commented
It won't be long and i'll be leaving yahoo mail because of this. i already have a gmail account, i'll just use that as my main!
James Castellotti commented
Amen to that.
J P commented
I'm not very happy with this constantttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt adblocker feature that makes my email very unusable. Yahoo. You have hit a new low.
Ken Smith commented
Yahoo mail USED to be good, but you are rapidly changing that with this adblocker **** that you have now introduced. Time to find another service if this is what be expected from you!!!!
Dovydas None commented
People will stop using your ****. Who did ******* ask for this ****? Did someone in the office have a "Karen" with "golden ideas" again? This "new thing" is not tempting for your consumer base.
steven campbell commented
If you keep putting annoying pop-ups in, I will go to Gmail. You have too many ads so I put on adblocker. Now you are cutting features and functionality. Keep it up and I'll switch to GMail.