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Message 101 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

Turning off conversations does help a great deal,, now just got to get the screen colour better

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Message 102 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

Go to the bottom left of the screen there is a small icon which will allow you to select themes, most you will not want but there may be a useful one.

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Message 103 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

Yes, found that but still trying to get very white screen with much darker letters.Just wish the whole thing had been left alone, change for change sake?

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Message 104 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

The best I could find was to select colour and then black.

Whenever I hear the words "new" or "improved" I cringe.

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Message 105 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

Guess you drive a car with a side valve engine and crash gearbox then!!! 😊😊
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Message 106 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

  • Yes a Riley 9 Lynx
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Message 107 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

😊😊
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Message 108 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

I assume the webpage I have just found is yours judging by the url.
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Message 109 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

We all have different ways of working with emails. Everyone does things differently and people do not like change - simple.

I use webmail and an email client. Depends on which device I am using. Each has their advantages and disadvantages and BT has just made things worse.

My contract for Broadband, which includes email, is with BT not Yahoo so why should I have to put up with Sponsered Adverts in my inbox view.

I also find the main adverts very irrelevant and thus a waste of time. Just because I visit a particular website does not mean I am going to do business with them so why keep bombarding me with adverts.

 

Can someone please tell me how, in BT's new webmail, I can sort by sender? Very usefull for keeping newsletters etc tidy.

 

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Message 110 of 117

Re: New Yahoo e-mail screens

Go into "view" a drop down  to the right just above the new advert line there is a sort by option "recipients" is the one you want.

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