Yahoo 360 now open to the public

Filed as General on June 25, 2005 10:39 am

by Duncan

The beta testing of Yahoo 360, the social networking come blogging tool is now open to the general public.

If you never get an invite, or are interested in trying out the Yahoo offering, sign up here if you have a current Yahoo I.D, of follow the prompts if you don’t.

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  4. By Mcgill posted on August 20, 2005 at 12:13 pm
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    I had installed Yahoo messenger beta version on my computer. It is well modified and has great features so I bought a copy of it and currently enjyoing its upgraded featrues.

  5. By David posted on January 16, 2006 at 9:13 pm
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    I finally got an invite now that its open to the public and was exited but to my dismay it doesnt work for me unless I post it publicly and not privately because I cant invite friends or verify my yahoo email or any other email for that matter, it also states I have been a yahoo member since 1969 did think internet was made for civilian use at the time. cant upload a photo or create an avitar have sent many emails and beta feedback and no response in last 2 months and pronblem is not fixed so I to MSN space ands setup one in 5 minutes compared to the many hours I spent at yahoo. Yahoo has a great look and feel to it if ever I get it to work, but I see yahoo 360 as like a Porsche with no engine, looks great but going nowhere

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