they described as a three-year strategy for quicker, more unified product development. It looks like the most significant changes are coming to Yahoo Mail this fall — it’s supposed to be faster, with an improved interface, as well as stronger integration with social networks and other Web services.
Yahoo executives previewed several new products today as part of what
Senior Product Manager Stephanie Shum gave me a short demo of the new service, which you can see in the video above. The image and sound quality aren’t great (hey, it was a loud room), but it should give you a taste of how the new version of Yahoo Mail will feel. And you can also see screenshots below.
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