News On AOL.. --
You show a "story" of interest and when clicked on it opens in a new tab . You have to click "Next Page" far too many times to reach the one that addresses your original story theme. It takes too much time to read thru all the background and I normally click off these stories.
Also.. the old format of AOL was better as you could access yr files off line... Hope feedback is helpful.
Ross Snyder commented
I have a problem with the mouse pointer. I have the pointer I like but part time a hand pointer shows up in place of the pointer. I need to get rid of the hand pointer.
Lee Johnson commented
Why cant I see all the news articles that you show?
Screen Jumps to Advertising
Stop the screen from "Jumping" just as I am about to touch the "Next" button when I am reading one of your teaser topics you list before I can get my email. The only reason you do this is so that your advertisers get an inflated number of inquiries. This really infuriates me that I have to go back to go forward!
Stop allowing large ads. They are covering everything else on the page, even trying to cover each other's ads. Cannot look at most things because of all the ads. Put all ads on one side of the page only either left or right or on the bottom.
Stop allowing websights that require constantly having to select "NEXT" over and over again to view and read an article
Cut out next page!
stop the next page idea, just tell the story. I don't want to have to arrow
through a dozen pages to get to the point, and I pay you each month.
Please stop posting 80 news articles and videos that start playing immediately. In addition there are news below that I don't need nor want. Also, the "Donald Trump Presidency" section needs to be on request only. I don't care about ANY presidency, Republican or Democrat.
"The Latest From Our Partners" needs to be provided only by request
By the way, I'm paying monthly for "Ad Free AOL". We have MSM and Independent news media on TV and online if we want to see them.
Stop showing full screen AOL ads upon signing off and asking " do you want to sign off"? Yes, I do. That's why I've signed off.
All I need is email..nothing else. I'm also paying for AOL..it's not free.