Re: [wpmac] have we outgrown Yahoo?
- I run a home-based memory preservation business
through a company called Creative Memories. We have
used Yahoo Groups very successfully for a couple of
years to share information and assistance. There are
thousands of consultants in the U.S. and Canada, many
of whom use Yahoo Groups every day. Many of them are
computer novices, others quite sophisticated. It works
for all of us.
As Tom says, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it!"
P.S. I have been ill and fallen behind on things - I
will get the directions for creating and printing
booklets in WP posted soon. I'm sorry for the delay.
--- "Tom W." <canadian.bear@...> wrote:
> My two cents is, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
> Yahoo groups is easy
> enough to use, and I believe you can use it in a web
> based manner if that's
> what you prefer. I like this just fine the way it
> On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 6:58 AM, Joe Edgell
> <joeedgell@...> wrote:
> > Not necessarily a bad idea. I do believe,
> however, that Yahoo Groups
> > will reach much more new folks or casual folks
> with questions. I lot
> > of folks know about and know how to use Yahoo
> groups. I guess it
> > depends upon what the group's mission is. There
> might be utility to
> > move, but we'll likely reach less folks.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
- In a message dated 7/8/08 12:18:16 AM, dmettam@... writes:
>Ditto here. Messages come via e-mail; we don't have to log on to another
> As Tom says, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it!"
- I also agree, please don't change. Another listserve I subscribed to
changed and it is just too much trouble to go to their site and
browse. I much prefer the digests I get.