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 9:17 AM
I hate this new home page, I don't even like yahoo and now it is forced on me. Thanks but no thanks
09-13-2012 9:36 AM
I gave them feedback about the beta version two weeks ago which was exactly what everyone is saying - no customization, and potential loss of important stuff. It galls me that they think they know what's best. People should be fired over stuff like this. I have re-set my homepage to something else and am looking at discontinuing my relationship with AT&T altogether. $$$$ is the only thing they will understand.
09-13-2012 10:20 AM
Ok, this sucks. I hate this new AT&T page, so they plan on listening to their customers. Can't even customize anything. BLAH, might consider changing to another internet provider.
09-13-2012 10:28 AM
Thank you so much. I just got off the phone with ATT and was coming here to gripe even more. Stupid thing for them to do.
09-13-2012 10:34 AM
I was just reading through all the complaints here. When I talked to the ATT rep on the phone, he acted like he had no idea what I was talking about. Apparently they need to read their own messageboard.
09-13-2012 10:53 AM
Someone is monitoring, editing, moving our messages. Why haven't THEY told us how to get our old homepage and bookmarks back? Why did ATT tell me the bookmarks had been deleted and could not be retrieved? Until I found my old stuff still intact at my.yahoo.com, I was LIVID and ready to find someone other than ATT as a provider. I learned how from someone posting on this board. Why did ATT make this change without warning? I wasted the entire morning trying to get my bookmarks back. SO irresponsible! So uncommunicative! SO uncoordinated! SO garbled! SO not improved!
09-13-2012 11:13 AM
I can't come up with a word negative enough to describe how I feel about this mess of a "home" page. Nothing homey about it. Anyone have a suggestion for a customizable home page?
09-13-2012 11:16 AM
ABSOLUTELY HATE THE NEW HOMEPAGE!!!!
At least for now I found my old page-yeah!!! Go to my.yahoo.com while signed in.....it worked for me.
AT&T stop asssuming you know whats best.....obviously you don't!
09-13-2012 11:18 AM
I feel your pain but I found my old page! I went to my.yahoo.com and it was there!
09-13-2012 12:08 PM
As others have posted it's possible to find myyahoo, I first googled Yahoo.com and it had options. Clicked on My Yahoo and got to my customized page. Then I clicked on the "house" - homepage icon in the tool bar and clicked on Add or Change Home Page. Then click Use This as My Only Homepage. So far it is working. First, they raised my rates 3 months in a row (no loyalty discounts) now this. Who needs it.
p.s. their page is full of garbage.
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