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    Hi Yahoo7 users!

    We appreciate all the feedback we’ve received regarding the design changes with Yahoo7 and features, and we’re constantly working on improving site performance and user experience.

    The feedback we receive is vital in our decision making process, and we’d love to hear more about the changes you’re seeing. We recommend continuing to post comments here with any additional feedback/ideas, rather than posting new ideas regarding layout changes.

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    Dale commented  · 

    If you appreciate the feed back and are constantly working to improve site performance and user experience, why then do you ignore en masse, all of the feedback provided? You have successfully stuffed up a brilliant mail box and made it worse by installing adds that can't be deleted or turned off. It's bad enough to be assaulted by them on the home page but it's totally unacceptable in the mail box. You have now totally stuffed up the home page. The news articles are banal, the advertising is intrusive and gives a detrimental user experience, especially when you get them every time you open a page. Most of the stories are of US origin and substance, if I wanted to know why a random Kardashian is doing anything I could search for it, why do you think it necessary to prominently place it as vital info? I agree with all who have posted here. Why don't you ask the users before you change things and why don't you run a trial phantom site to gather feedback instead of just changing things overnight ? It would save you any amount of grief. You employ fools who make foolish decisions . . . over and over and over . . . how are you not concerned and bankrupt?

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