Yahoo Fantasy message boards removal leaves many users disappointed, demand company to bring it back
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The Yahoo Fantasy message boards allow you to engage in a spirited debate, exchange useful information, and propose an open-ended trade.
Thanks to the message boards, you can boost your communication and strengthen your connections as well.
Yahoo recently announced that the message boards will not be available this season; however, you can still access historical message board posts via your fantasy profile.
Due to this, some users are unhappy.
Yahoo Fantasy message boards removal leaves many users disappointed
An annoyed Twitter user says that the company is going to lose hundreds of thousands of visitors to yahoo fantasy sports due to this decision.
Some have even questioned the point of removing such a useful feature from the website and are now even looking for alternatives.
@YahooFantasy Why did you get rid of the message board for our fantasy baseball league. How are we to communicate as a league without it? I just don’t understand. Was it a space thing on your servers?
@YahooFantasy does Yahoo management know that you’re going to lose hundreds of thousands of visitors to yahoo fantasy sports w the dumb decision to get rid of message boards?
At the moment, one can communicate with their league by the means of Fantasy Chat, email, and commissioner notes.
The affected users are now requesting Yahoo to bring back the feature, so that they can continue to communicate on the Fantasy Message boards like they used to.
According to a Yahoo Fantasy Tech Support representative, this was done to make Fantasy Chat the place for primary communication in the future.
New features such as threading, pinning, polls, and much more will be introduced in the near future as well.
We do hope that Yahoo listens to the demands of the users and brings back the Fantasy message board.
Having said that, we’ll keep an eye on the issue and update the article accordingly.
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