Agree, that I was expecting more from 1st release. However, as for the Pulse thing, yout should be able to disable the Pulse updates but still be able to useMessage 1 of 5 , Nov 22, 2010View SourceAgree, that I was expecting more from 1st release. However, as for the Pulse thing, yout should be able to disable the Pulse updates but still be able to use facebook and twitter within mail beta. Though it's not absolutely essential to me, those are a few welcome additions to the beta. But don't get me started on the calendar...
From: Greg Spradlin <greg_ls@...>
To: "Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com" <Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Mon, 22 November, 2010 5:20:36
Subject: [Y-Mail] Re: Mail beta : what about those promises ?
I was kinda expecting more in the beta than what we received.I know they probably did a lot of "under-the-hood" changes in the programming that took time to figure out, but on the surface to me, it's just basic email without the calendar.At first I did like the ability to tweet and post on Facebook but when I found out Yahoo Pulse links were getting automatically added I stopped using it........I don't like the idea of driving people in my social network back to another social network.Overall, for Yahoo to be offering email for as long as it has, I expected more polish in this beta release.