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Did you miss my post of the 21st? ;-)
---In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:I agree! If users want something done, they need to turn some heads. Just a handful of whiny people isn't going to make Yahoo change anything!
On 10/22/2013 03:44 PM, blissmann2@... wrote:
Hi, I just joined the group with the specific goal of mobilizing as many Yahoo mail users to sign the petition on www.change.org that already is nr.1 and slowly being quoted in more and more news outlets. Go to http://www.change.org/petitions/yahoo-bring-back-the-old-version-of-yahoo-mail.
I have been around long enough to know that when large corporate websites enforce major “upgrades” to their services they sit out all the complaints until they die out. Yahoo will fix a few glitches here and there, but don’t expect a change. However, there’s still hope. If the our rumble turns into a ROAR than Yahoo's board of directors will react, because advertisers start reacting.
Take Action - part 2 is around the corner and I will post it here. I am working on writing a press release that you can send to your local paper or TV station. It's no big deal to send a press release, anyone can do it. You just need the media outlet's e-mail address. The press release briefly explains the utter frustration Yahoo mail users are experiencing with the latest New Yahoo! Mail and that we, the users, insist on being heard. Obviously there will be a reference to Jan Hyatt's powerful change.org petition mentioned above. We need to roar in one voice to be heard!
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