Posts Tagged ‘Yahoo Mail’

Chat With Your Facebook Friends on Yahoo! Mail

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Not satisfied with only merely exchanging news feed and status updates with Facebook, Yahoo! has further deepened its integration with Facebook – Yahoo! has announced that they are rolling out a new feature that lets you chat with your Facebook friends from Yahoo! Mail upon successful authentication via Facebook Connect; you can already chat with your Facebook friends from Yahoo! Messenger Client 11 Beta.

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Credits: Yahoo! Mail Blog

Other major Instant Messengers that had already integrated with Facebook Chat include Windows Live Messenger and AIM.

Sign in to Yahoo! Mail Via Facebook

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Yahoo had announced that users can now sign in to all Yahoo! properties such as Yahoo! Mail via Facebook or Google IDs (Open ID). By doing so, Yahoo! have clearly forfeited its ambitions of becoming the universal online ID; its strategy is now singular – focus on being a content portal.

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Apparently, Gmail Is Still Behind Yahoo! Mail & Hotmail

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

Compete, an analytics company that studies and collect statistical data on consumer online behaviours, found that Gmail, despite its significant mindshare, is apparently still behind Yahoo! Mail and Hotmail in number of unique visitors in the US. Yahoo! Mail remains the top at 44%, Hotmail second at 30%, while Gmail is third at 15%. Data is collected from clickstream data, forming a dynamic panel of ~2 million consumers.

Credits: Compete

Facebook Acquires Drop.io

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Drop.io has announced that Facebook had acquired most of drop.io’s technology and assets, and its founder, Sam Lessin will be moving to Facebook.

As a result, drop.io will be winding down the drop.io service; people will no longer be able to create new free drops, but existing drops will be made available for content download until 15 Dec. Paid user accounts will also be available till 15 Dec and its users will be able to continue using the service normally. Drop.io urges its users to download their information before 15 Dec as they plan to delete it thereafter. Drop.io emphasized that no user data or content will be transferred to Facebook as part of the deal.

Other drop.io services such as Presslift, its Yahoo! Mail Application, as well as its APIs will stay online for a longer period before the company winds down, and more details on that will be announced.

Tough luck for Yahoo! Mail; first, Picnik, Flickr’s online photo editor partner was acquired by Google earlier this year, now drop.io. Drop.io was Yahoo! Mail’s “ingenius” way to let its users attach files of up to 100 mb without having to invest in inhouse development, and also one of the poster boys for its Open Strategy.

Yahoo! Mail Beta Released

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Six weeks after announcing that they are working on a major upgrade for Yahoo! Mail, Yahoo! has finally announced the release of the new Yahoo! mail – aka Yahoo! Mail Beta.

Other than cosmetic changes, Yahoo! also highlighted other enhancements such as faster speed and better spam protection. I must admit that the new Yahoo! Mail Beta does look a lot better than the old one:

New one:

Credits: Yahoo Blog

Old one:

Yahoo! Mail Beta Coming Your Way

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

Yahoo! Mail is clearly feeling the heat; not long after Hotmail has completed its rollout of the new Windows Live Hotmail, Yahoo! announced that it’ll be rolling out the latest batch of updates over the next few weeks.

In additional to promising that it’ll be faster and further improving its anti-spam filtering system, the new Yahoo! Mail Beta will also feature additional enhancements such as video and photo sharing tools, a new version of Yahoo! Messenger, easier ways to SMS, as well as a refurbished inbox search page.

Credits: Yahoo! Mail Blog