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10th rankedggrail commented
Yahoo does not understand that change for changes sake does not add to the customer experience. You are designing this for vox populi not some programmer or remf or salesperson.
Alienation of your client base will create a void that someone will fill. I would suggest that you stop the "ready, fire, aim" approach and roll out product that has been tested and is workable.
Did you guys have anything to do with the ACA web site design?
Giving no option to return to your old set up except for stating that "once you go to the new setup your will not be able to back to the old setup is a totally illogical methodology for a launch. Similar to stating "we don't suck...much. But if we do you can't have it to where your program works.
Absolutely annoying and FUBAR'd beyond belief. What business model are you using here? Planned obsolescence?