I have had reports from several members of our website that their Yahoo! email login page is not working. Now, technology problems online are nothing new. Many people report issues with AT&T, Verizon, Hotmail, and Google each day.
But when members complain constantly about not being able to get on to an email website, I think it's time to pay attention to them, right?
I looked into this today by trying to get an email account of my own.
I tried internet explorer as well as firefox, and both had problems registered with their Yahoo! email login page being is disabled in certain browsers of having errors when trying to sign on. I thought Yahoo! wanted people to use their systems. But when companies get increasingly protective, often they are protecting email account against the very customers that use them. The user.
I don't want to go through all the problems all the time. I want to find a way around it. That means skipping the login page and finding another way. But that is easier said than done. This also creates problems when using apps like Yahoo! messenger alongside email.
In addition to feedback about email login, I have one more about messenger. Recently, Yahoo! switched off the old Messenger and from then on, we will be forced to use the new one.
There are two serious problems with that, the first being the inability to make a web-cam or a video call, due to the fact that this facility is missing, despite the video on the Yahoo! help page showing how to make. A cam or video call. The other is the fact that there is no indication of which of my contacts is on-line.
I fail to see how the omission of these two facilities are going to enhance my Messenger experience, in fact it will make it much worse, to the extent that I will not be using it very much, if at all.
These are just two major complications that users are reporting. What has your experience been with Yahoo! email lately? Let us know by leaving a comment below.