Thanks, we appreciate your suggestions. We’re taking your feedback under review.lynn osborne commented
I agree with anonymous on the PICTURE is worth a 1000 words as I dont have time when i reach my office to read each artical before my staff comes in. All I had to do before was scroll the PICTURES and see which ones were of interest to me and click to get an expanded version of the artical. Now I cant do that and therefore have no time before my work day to read the news. My daddy used to use an old adage "if it ain't broke don't fix it."lynn osborne commented
The last version of Yahoo news was so much better. This new version has no page appeal nor does it have a color scheme like the last one. It's hard to know what I want to read. At least with the last one I could scroll across the board and see very quickly what i was interested in and click on that and read. You can update the version you had before without changing the entire screen. And the new version must have been written by some young programmer that doesnt have a clue of how to attract the interest of the reader. Go back to the last version and just spice it up a little because it was so much more user friendly. Thank you for your consideration to this matter.
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