Keeping custom homepage feeds for My Yahoo transition

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Keeping custom homepage feeds for My Yahoo transition

Regarding the March 31 transition to the new att.net version of My Yahoo - there's no indication on the FAQs that the customized content of your current My Front Page will be accessible. After March 31 will you will be able to retain access to RSS feeds you added to your My Yahoo Front Page?

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Re: Keeping custom homepage feeds for My Yahoo transition

Hello @c_neuhaus 

 

This is a good question, unfortunately I'm not sure if anyone can answer it here on the peer to peer forums. You can send us a message here and one of our specialists will look into it for you. Please include your name, phone number and the best time you can be reached.

 

Thanks,

Dmitriy


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Re: Keeping custom homepage feeds for My Yahoo transition

The upgrade announcement on my AT&T My Yahoo now has a link to a differnet FAQ page and a screenshot that shows an upgraded My Yahoo page instead of a general att.net portal.

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Re: Keeping custom homepage feeds for My Yahoo transition

The new My Yahoo page has my RSS feeds.

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