Yahoo's email becomes more similar to Gmail in redesign

Yahoo's complimentary email service is attractive a fragment more like Google's Gmail as part of its second alteration in less than a year.

Yahoo's remaking email expose Tuesday includes a Gmail-like tool that will filament together emails associated to specific topics so they appear as a succession of messages. The "conversation view" has become a broadly used email characteristic since Gmail helped well known the idea after it squeeze the format in 2004.

Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer had helped design some of Gmail’s characteristic when she worked for the tech giant as a top management and it is probable to be the encouragement behind Yahoo’s redesign email service.

One more new attribute will enable Yahoo's email users to embellish their inboxes with pictures plucked from the company's photo-sharing service, Flickr. Gmail has been allowing its users to well-groomed up their inboxes with different themes for years.

Yahoo is now gifted each email account a maximum of one terabyte, or about 1,000 gigabytes, of storage. The Sunnyvale, Calif., company says that amount should be sufficient to cover the storage needs of its average email user for about 6,000 years. Yahoo Inc. had before promised its email users that they would never run out of storage, but it hadn't conventional a precise edge.

Yahoo Inc. last major refit of its email service happen in December. Yahoo now has about 289 million monthly users worldwide, second only to Gmail at 304 million, according to the most recent data from the research firm com Score Inc.
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