Help! The Yatanic is sinking fast!
Last updated on August 12, 2016
If you’ve been reading in here at all, you are aware that the Yahoo Classic Groups platform was crippled by the redesign which was a failure.
We have been stuck in a broken interface for going on 3 years now and are unable to delete the groups or memberships, so many of them remain in place looking like they are active when they’ve actually become “Ghost Groups” that are full of spam.
This may be our last chance to save the Groups Interface. Since Verizon is now purchasing Yahoo, we are very concerned about our future. As long as Marissa Mayer remains in charge, nothing is likely to change.
We are increasingly worried, as more and more things are failing or breaking every day. Mayer continues to chip away at the core that Verizon has purchased, with her “upgrades” which are a disaster. We’re afraid she might even get rid of us all together, and no one would know the extent of what she did to us.
Recently there was an upgrade to Yahoo Instant Messenger, that is a truly awful design, and made it all but unusable. Verizon needs to be told so they can protect the platform they purchased!
Someone tell the shareholders, the investors, everyone that if something isn’t done soon, there may be nothing left to save! Verizon needs to remove Mayer and stop her from destroying the core business!
Verizon, please get some good programmers who know what they are doing, and help us repair our damaged Groups interface before we lose everything we’ve accumulated for years!
We have warned the advertisers that they are advertising to inactive groups and that on many of the groups that are active, the ads won’t even work. Yahoo in the meantime, claims all this activity, which is non-existent.
On January 20, 2016, the Classic Groups Core platform that was already limping along badly, started breaking more.
It’s now August, 2016, and we are still losing functionality at an alarming rate!
I am concerned that Yahoo might be trying to close down our groups all together, and send our sites into oblivion, so no one will ever know what they did to us. They already tried once to hide the evidence:
So please, someone, put our story out there and tell the public what is happening!? Just tell them we exist! Just post the link to our Crusade Blog somewhere?
People who use mail are also reporting serious problems with it. Mail is a huge part of the core business. Verizon & the general public need to know what’s happening! Please help us tell them?
Because it feels like we’re sinking fast…and the exodus from Yahoo has stepped up its pace. I don’t know how long we can all hold on.