The Latest Version Of Yahoo Mail Helps Users to Find Attachments and Deal – The Latest Version Of Yahoo Mail Helps Users to Find Attachments and Deal- yahoo mail has a new mobile update and has launched already. it goes for both iOS and Android.
Yahoo mail is one of the top productivity apps in the Apple App store, where it has been given a sound rating of 2.1 million times, with an average rating of 4.7 stars. Senior director of products Management Josh Jacobson has carefully observed and taken full note of this mail and the huge impact it has played.
Some of the things stated by Jacobson was that yahoo mail is trying and working very hard to achieve something very unique from the superhuman of the world because it’s not one of the many apps that solve for essentially corporates use cases” instead’ it completely focused on the consumer email use solving the business of your life.
Jacobson mention how he joined yahoo not long after the company acquired his previous employer, the smart inbox service Xobni. most of the times, everyone assured that when it came to helping users find things in email search is the way to go.
He said instead it turns out “people just don’t know or want to have to figure out what to type int that imposing white box to find that they are looking for”
So yahoo mail offers a number of different views that should help you find out things without searching, by strictly focusing on specific types of content from your inbox.
If you are looking for a photo or a file that someone has sent to you, there is a view that just brings up all your attachments. Or if you are looking for deals up all your attachments. Or if you are looking for deals, there are three different views that you use, they include, the overall Deals, View, the current iOS- only Location View (it shows you nearby deals on a map), and grocery View ( this one shows you grocery discounts based on your loyalty cards)
The new Yahoo mail covers a view for checking all your email subscriptions, and a button that allows you to unsubscribe from any of them with a single tap. And there’s an additional view ( also iOS -only for now) focusing on “active updates” namely pressing and time-sensitive, such as package tracking and travel updates.
Yahoo’s main team has also refreshed the app’s overall look. That includes adding a navigation bar at the bottom of the screen, which Shankar said will make “single-hand usage” possible again, despite the fact that phone screens are getting bigger. The navigation bar is customizable- each user can choose views to include.
Jacobson mentioned out that you can use the Yahoo Mail app to access non-Yahoo email accounts, including Gmail and Outlook