You complainers do realize that you can get your FAUX drivel on the drop down box, don't you? If you don't like what you're seeing go to the Daily Caller or Drudge Report for your own brand of biased reporting.
There are 8 other options to use as a news source, one of them Fox News, that you can switch to on your Welcome Screen. Use one of them instead of moaning about your perceived slights.
You want gushing stories about the Prez? Go to Breitbart or Info Wars. That's what you have a search engine for.
It seems to resemble the free version more and more. This latest incarnation is actually worse than aol.mail.
Used to be able to Delete All. No more. I have to go to aol.mail on IE to get that feature.
While chatting with an AOL rep (in RP, where else, but at least she spoke English pretty well) I asked at the end of our conversation about the Calendar. She indicated that a Sr Tech had advised her that it would not become functional again all the email accounts had been migrated to Oath. I asked how long that would take and was informed that there is no available timeline, just whenever it gets done. So I politely suggested that perhaps AOL/Oath could get ahead of this thing and make a public announcement explaining the situation.
I have been using MSN Calendar. It doesn't send an email reminder but it does come up on my screen or goes to the Notification folder. It's a poor substitute for the service formerly provided by AOL but it will do for now.
So how about it, AOL/Oath? Why not come out with it?
Aol installed a new version yesterday and still has not fixed the Calendar. It does not send Reminders or To Do's to my mailbox as set. It was fine until the previous version of Aol was installed. Hasn't worked since.
Aol Tech's say they have kicked it up to the second level. That was a couple of weeks ago.