Yeah, I do not believe this is enough to make people start using Yahoo Calendar.
A better and smart integration with mail is the only way to fix things up... It will be good if we have the choice to transform mail messages into tasks or schedule a message to be send in a given date and time to a list of people or, of course, if we have the old timeline back.
2012/8/2 Sumit Mehta <sumit.mehta@...>
I too don't have till now. But for most of the users, after launch of outlook.com
and getting preferred email address, or having been shifted to gmail.com
long ago, does the launch of calendar app does make any sense ? I have serious doubt. Yahoo has to reinvent itself like microsoft does with outlook.com
to reclaim its credit amongst its customers. But this seems unlikely at this moment. We have to see how new CEO can add value to the company and its webmail service.
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Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2012 09:52:08 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: [Y-Mail] Fwd: Yahoo! Mail Blog
Must be a staged roll out. Not here yet!
>Yahoo! Mail Blog
>Refreshed Yahoo! Calendar
>Posted: 01 Aug 2012 10:00 AM PDT
>Today we are launching two new features on Yahoo! Calendar that make using the Calendar an easier and more seamless part of your Yahoo! Mail experience. 1. Yahoo! Calendar as a tab in Yahoo! Mail: Currently, users access the Calendar by clicking on the Calendar link under the “Applications” section in the left panel. The [...]
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