09-12-2012 4:03 PM
How do I put the CNET and PCWorld News Stories Content back on this New ATT Home ???
.... This customized News Stories Content is the Most Important Feature of using the ATT Home Page for me, but now its gone and that was the main reason why I used ATT for My Home Page. ... Very Frustrated with this customized news content removal.
... So, what Home Page can I use now to have Customized News Content ??? --- Any one have a Suggestion ???
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09-12-2012 10:04 PM
There IS an option (although it may be very temporary.)
I found that by going to Yahoo.com (while logged in), I had the option of going to "My Yahoo" (http://my.yahoo.com/?fr=whatever). This is the old homepage, with all customization options available.
I'm not sure that this will be maintained, but for the short-term it IS a solution.
Maybe the massive complaints will convince AT&T to re-think their decision....
We can only hope.....
09-13-2012 7:45 AM
The new page is absolutely horrible, I might as well use MSN. I don't get why they changed this, it was the best thing about AT&T.
09-13-2012 7:46 AM
I had an online chat with their customer service. Not much sympathy there. Nothing I could do about it, can't change it. Sucks! Some up & comer got a promotion and felt he had to pee on our bush to mark his territory by changing our stuff that we pay for whether we like it or not. Happens all the time with web pages, sad to say. Sort of like Facebook, they don't seen to care what we want. I was told that it's easier. Yea, right! How can they think it's easier when you have to make several clicks to navigate to something that was right there in front of you before. Fools!. Makes me wonder about today's college grads. Hopefully they will realize the mistake, though I doubt it, and give us the choice to go back, like Windows classic or new view. Not that I'm a big fan of MS, at least they gave us a choice. Listen up AT&T, people don't like what you have done.
09-13-2012 7:49 AM - edited 09-13-2012 7:49 AM
09-13-2012 7:51 AM
I couldn't agree more. I'm sure there are tons of disgruntled, unhappy customers that are right now looking. What ATT has done is show a total disrespect for their customer base and dictated exactly what we can or more likely CAN'T do on their (not our) homepage. Some pencil necked geek probably thought this might fly and changed everything regardless of what the consumer wants. What a great way to lose market share. ATT needs to wake up and allow people to choose what they want on THEIR homepage. Many people are going to be jumping from this ship as more and betters services are becoming available every day! To bad they don't realize that people don't appreciate spending money to be dictated to!! IS ANYONE LISTENING?????
09-13-2012 7:52 AM
Are you listening ATT? I want my old homepage back. Incredibly poor form on your part. This new one is unattractive, uncustomizable and will be short lived on my computers if not fixed quickly.
09-13-2012 7:53 AM
09-13-2012 8:17 AM
Absolutely HATE the new Att.net. Have already changed my homepage. Will be changing my e-mail so I never have to see an att/yahoo generated page.
09-13-2012 8:18 AM
mf73, I am testing a reply to your post to see if it works.
09-13-2012 8:20 AM
mf73, My reply to your post did not work, even though the screen says I am replying to your specific post. I am now trying the "Quick Reply" to see if that works.
09-13-2012 8:22 AM
Send them all "Feedback"! We have to let them know how unhappy we are! Let's tell them what we think of the unannounced change!! Losing all of our personalization is totally unacceptable.
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