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Yahoo! Mail vs Gmail

Updated on May 30, 2010

Like many people, I have both a Gmail account and a Yahoo! Mail account. That's because there are things that I like about each of them enough to not want to get rid of either of them. Despite the fact that they are both email systems, they are strikingly different. If you're going to limit yourself to just one free e-mail account, you'll have to carefully consider your preferences to go with the right one.

Here are some of the differences between Gmail and Yahoo! Mail:

  • Attachments. Gmail lets you add attachments in the same screen as the one you're writing your email in. Yahoo moves you to a different screen and makes you add attachments one at a time. To add more than five attachments requires adding addition boxes in which to input information. Some people may find this annoying.
  • Chat feature. Although Yahoo! has an IM program, it's not the same Gmail's chat function which is built right into your email. Some people like this option because it makes it easy to send quick messages instead of longer emails when you're conversing with someone else who is already online. However, some people don't want to be seen online when they're answering email and so don't like this Gmail function. Of course, you can opt out of it.
  • Contact storage. Gmail and Yahoo! differ slightly in the way that they organize your contacts. Gmail automatically keeps addresses that you've emailed on your contact list unless you delete them. Yahoo is the opposite; you have to manually opt to add them to your address book. The basics are the same but the appearance is a little different so it's a matter of preference. It should be noted that Google is now letting you expand your personal profile so that the contacts you have may provide more information automatically through Google.
  • Conversation organization. Gmail keeps your conversation going for you - every time that you reply to someone's email, it automatically gets added to the same conversation thread so you can easily look things up within the conversation again. However, this can be annoying because to change your "subject" line, you have to re-compose a new email which is not true of Yahoo! Mail.
  • Folder organization. The main thing about Yahoo! Mail that I prefer is the way that it lets you set up folders and organize your information. Google lets you label your folders but they're all kept in basically the same places. (They're in your inbox or they can be archived.) In contrast, you can create many different folders on Yahoo! which makes more organizational sense for my work.
  • Professional credibility. Most people who use their email accounts for professional reasons don't use a free account at all. However, those that do almost always go with Gmail. It is considered to be the more professional of accounts and lends greater credibility to freelancers and home business owners who receive email from clients and investors. Gmail recently added a function that lets you set up an email account with your own domain name so that you can get some serious professionalism from it. Although Yahoo! Mail accounts are common, they aren't considered quite as professional by the average person working online today.
  • Spam folders. In my experience, Yahoo! Mail gets more spam. Additionally, I've had more problems with my Yahoo! inbox mail and spam mail getting tossed into the wrong folder than I've had with Gmail. But that could be just one user's experience and not indicative of the whole situation.

For the most part, I prefer Gmail to Yahoo! Mail. However, there are benefits to both of them. And either can be good as a free account. Just don't go with Hotmail.

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    bilal 3 years ago

    seean long

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    noenhulk 5 years ago

    I also both like these two email platform. I have account on yahoo and gmail and glad to find out they are user friendly. You can't be lost using them.

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    Maree Michael Martin 5 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island

    I love and use both gmail and yahoo everyday! Thanks for a wonderful hub explaining the differences about them. Updates are good to know. I really appreciate all the work you did on this one. Gonna share it.

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    Hendrika 5 years ago from Pretoria, South Africa

    I must say that I also have both, but I feel more comfortable in my gmail account. Probably because I use it the most!

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    sugarangel 5 years ago

    I love yahoo.. its neat and organized. I dont get any spam. I have 5 accounts in yahoo one for work, one for school, one for family, one for shopping and one for personal use. I do have 1 gmail account. But I think yahoo is more user friendly. My older yahoo account is 15 years old. I love yahoo. Everytime I try to go back to gmail but I end up with yahoo. The interface in gmail looks awkward as if everything is in one place. I am not a big fan of the labels in gmail, however I love the folder organization in yahoo so much better. Yahoo is way faster in loading the online chat and contact list. I would always say thumps up for yahoo. I recently made an extra email account within yahoo itself for subscribing. Mostly for news purpose. You can actually make different alias in yahoo or disposable email address. Gmail is gross in this aspect. Yahoo has different apps for greetings, outerbox (which works the same like a mini organizer) the app called unsubscribe (if you get spam just put it in the unsubscribe folder). I can move and drag my emails. Yahoo is fun. Gmail looks old and out of tech in this part. I though love the star aspect in gmail but truly speaking I hate the interface. Yahoo has good security now, you can have your phone number registered for account change activity or allow one time login with security features.

    Thanks a ton yahoooo

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    Bronterae 5 years ago from Nor Cal

    Clear and concise, Thanks!

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    suryadevara.murali 5 years ago

    Yahoo! only...i have two, but i like yahoo for it's design, i hate Gmail, because i find it boring. In tecnology they are the same.

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    scooter 5 years ago

    Yahoo pushes flawless to my android phone...gmail seems to suck on my phone. Funny since google created android but I hate gmail on my phone.

    Gmail blows on android...yahoo wins hands down

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    cashmier 5 years ago

    this is cool you can have a gmail and yahoo at the same time!!

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    djcrazymonkey123 5 years ago

    yahoo rocks. period

    gmail rocks too.

    gmail- i got hacked

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    chow 5 years ago

    yahoo :)

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    CorporateSoftware 5 years ago from New York

    One thing about GMail labels instead of the usual folders is that you really have to get used to it. In the end labels are way more flexible (because you can have multiple labels attached to a message, but in a folder-based system a message can be in only one folder at a time). Anyway, good comparison!

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    Paul abakada 5 years ago

    Thanks for the differences.Am using this to get my assignment done.

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    Sweety 5 years ago

    Its a really nice article. I had been using Yahoo for 2 to 3 years. I really loved Yahoo. Then my friends suggested Gmail. So I created a Gmail account last year. First I wasn't so comfortable with Gmail. But now I love Gmail!

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    bindu goyal 5 years ago

    Really it's a filtered comparison.I got which i was searching for.

    Thank you.

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    amberjennings 5 years ago

    I always suggest my clients or friends not to use Yahoo, and hotmail for business purposes or any serious emailing which may have some important information. Gmail is best almost in all aspects. It does seem more professional and safe.

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    kriket 5 years ago

    One crucial advantage of Yahoo! Mail has not been mentioned at all. Yahoo! Mail supports Push-Mail, and you can receive new mail notifications in iPhone's native email client instantly, without installing dedicated mail apps, like you have for Gmail.

    I use Gmail as my primary email account, and my Yahoo! Mail account, which was created in the previous century, was used for a long time as an email for registering on various forums, services etc. Due to that, I have been receiving an enormous amount of spam on Yahoo Mail, which was expected as I was using it for purposes mentioned above. That being said, the amount of junk mail has drastically decreased over time in my Yahoo Mail account, in spite of it being used for registering on all kinds of forums, websites etc.

    But, if I had known that Gmail wouldn't natively support Push-Mail at all, I might have sticked with Yahoo as my primary mail acc, since I mainly read my emails and write replies on my iPhone, and Yahoo with it's Push support has a clear advantage there.

    So, both services have their advantages over the other, and I like them both, but Yahoo has the technological edge with it's native Push-Mail support in today's mobile world, where instant notifications are a must.

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    brenda 5 years ago

    Suddenly can't open yahoo on droid. Had downloaded yahoo through amazon app market. Think this has anything to do with Google vs any competition? App market is now Google Play or something like that. Google is too intrusive upon our privacy, imo.

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    Mohammad Amir 5 years ago

    Mohammad amir

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    Zahid-cutehussain 5 years ago

    What a beautiful

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    Paul 5 years ago

    Yahoo! only...i have two, but i like yahoo for it's design, i hate Gmail, because i find it boring. In tecnology they are the same.

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    bhart k 5 years ago

    bhart kumar

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    Sean Leong 5 years ago from Malaysia

    I have got lots of email spam over the years in my yahoo mail.

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    abinash 5 years ago

    yahoo to better than gmail................

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    mabel 5 years ago

    Hello Dear!!!,

    I am Mabel, a pretty girl,i just read through your profile (www.hubpages.com) and i was deeply moved. I think that you are a very interesting person. So I decided to use the chance to get to know you. I do not think that the age appearance is so important. The most important is what is inside you and how do you feel about the life. I know this life from many sides and I am rather mature already to know how to make a man happy. I think we should use every chance to be friends. Reply me through my private email address (mabeldagba@hotmail.com)so that I will send you my pictures and more details to you, I still hope for your reply into my box, have a pleasant day,

    Mabel.

    EMAIL (mabeldagba@hotmail.com)

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    Chayla 5 years ago

    After reading this i am going with yahoo! It is easy and keeps me updated with all the cool news! I used to have a gmail account but after using yahoo i would never go back. Yahoo! keeps me organized! Although way too many ads show up.

    Thanx hub

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    Chayla 5 years ago

    After reading this i am going with yahoo! It is easy and keeps me updated with all the cool news! I used to have a gmail account but after using yahoo i would never go back. Yahoo! keeps me organized! Although way too many ads show up.

    Thanx hub

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    Virgy 5 years ago

    This is great information and it is unbiased which is the best information. I too have Gmail and Yahoo mail. I much prefer yahoo because for one thing I can pay 20$ a year to get unlimited email storage. This way I can file many things and not have to constantly worry about cleanup and delete to make room for more. I also like Gmail but the features are less than yahoo as you say.

    My biggest problem right now and it IS a problem is the Yahoo program is constantly being upgraded at the source meaning my computer is affected by their changes and my Yahoo Mail is constantly going AWRY! I don't know how much longer I can keep with yahoo when I cannot send or receive emails on a regular basis without jumping through hoops each time I want to type out an email, send or sometimes receive. The program also changes with the contacts list not working many times. It is not just my computer but some of my friends have switched to gmail because their yahoo mail is doing the same as mine. Sorry for the length but I just don't know what the answer is except to switch over to gmail also.

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    TYUKELL 5 years ago

    Yahoo is better

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    Hector 5 years ago

    Gmail does not have sort by name or email which is a real pain if you can't remember the name of the sender and have to sort thru hundreds of emails.

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    m afzal bozdar 5 years ago

    i lost pasword and user name on my gmail account so plz i need help email on this adress

    m.afzalbozdar@yahoo.com

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    KatyWhoWaited 5 years ago

    Great article. I came to it because I want an email provider that doesn't cross reference. I'm often surprised that something I "like" under one name on Facebook gets posted where I didn't intend it to go based on another address with the same provider. It's hard to explain, but when you have two email accounts with one provider, sometimes you're surprised at the cross referencing you find it doing. It seems to me that this is especially true of gmail.

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    cristi 5 years ago

    I wanted to use gmail exclusively because of its free POP3 protocol. I prepared all my contacts and put everything in place. After all this former preparation I attached some ZIP files (with some exe files inside) - it didn't work. CONCLUSION: if you want to attach files YAHOO does a good job and GMAIL is shitty. If you want to use some extra features as POP3 and making XLS and doc files inside your email, then GMAIL is great. My opinion is that an email service has to be good at sending and receiving files, so I'll stick to YAHOO.

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    MrYdobon 5 years ago

    4 years later and Yahoo Mail still hasn't built a spam filter worth a thing. Gmail is crushing them for good reason.

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    kailash.chanahnalani 5 years ago

    i like women i am gagstars

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    Kumarpal hodal(palwal) 5 years ago

    Happy new year 2012 all indian person

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    Sarah 5 years ago

    Gmail all the way! u get wayyy less spam than yahoo mail, so annoying those pesky ads :-P

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    yyeferson amayara yo 9 colombia 5 years ago

    ovio yahoo me gusta es mas avansadoy mas ludicopara sus usuarios gmail es muy dificil heeeeeeeeeee leido los usuarios de de yahoo por un por centaje de 63% dels los usuarios quivale a 16.000.000 usuariosen america latina en ee. uu mas lo utilizan como seria en elresto del mundo gmail 49% q equivaleun 9.300.000 de usuarios yahoo tiene pagina para noticia y correo y otras cosa hotmail 28.000.000 de usuarios.

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    Josh 5 years ago

    Gmail is better in every way. Yahoo sucks in every way. Did you know Yahoo blocks most servers so you don't get emails? They go missing... hahaha

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    my name 5 years ago

    google uses its servers to send spam to yahoo users. gmail also parse whatever you sent and received at their servers for targeting you with ads, report to FBI or police, or for collect those information selling to third party.

    I tried gmail and hated so much for it not allow me to organize my incoming emails the way I wanted. If there are thread of eamils, you delete one of them, gmail will delete whole thread from your mailbox. very stupid.

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    anshu 5 years ago

    adferdt.hjuf8

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    nrowray 5 years ago

    my gmail will not let me forward any email

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    nrowray 5 years ago

    my gmail will not let me forward any email

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    murugasan 5 years ago

    nothing to say

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    anand gharu 5 years ago

    i have both account yahoo n gmail but

    i prefer gmail mostly.......... it is good.

    gmail Rocks................!!!!!!!!!!

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    ambarish 5 years ago

    total no sapot for mail

    & delevari to late tha Freezes up,

    SLow to deliver

    SLower to deliver to DROID

    TOTALLY---NO HELP!

    No response.

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    ambarish 5 years ago

    total no sapot for mail

    & delevari to late tha Freezes up,

    SLow to deliver

    SLower to deliver to DROID

    TOTALLY---NO HELP!

    No response.

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    johnturnercs 5 years ago from Atlanta

    Great hub, this information is really relevant and accurate about Gmail.

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    johnturnercs 5 years ago from Atlanta

    Great hub, this information is really relevant and accurate about Gmail.

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    Tipper 5 years ago

    On the Conversation Organization point - you CAN actually change the Subject without recomposing in Gmail - there is an Edit Subject line.

    For the Folder Organization section, labels are similar to folders, but in my view, labels are superior in that you can "file" an email into more than one "folder" or label with Gmail, which is not possible with Yahoo!. If you have a cross-cutting email that is not easily categorized, this can be useful for double compartmentalization.

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    sirangeevi.s 5 years ago

    hi like gmail

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    Sogmann 5 years ago

    Pls kindly reply to my number 08167089291

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    Sogmann 5 years ago

    Is it possible to receive email sent to my account on yahoo, is it possible to receive it on my phone inbox

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    x Mario 5 years ago

    Yahoo is awesome, and I dont get any spam mails at all, gmail is good too I use it as well but not as much

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    gmail 5 years ago

    gmail allows us to use many starts very god search to find your mail quickly use the strts lots lots of storage for free it gives acces to other docs pisca they also give very good free storage gmail allows many services we should have a google account.

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    Panzerkumar 5 years ago

    As you the writer say i have both Yahoo mail and Gmail.. But i prefer yahoo as i feel it to be more advancede and provides more than just mail and chat.. But when it comes to Search Engines it no contest to Google..

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    Rony 6 years ago

    Yahoo Mail is the best email service in the entire world. Yahoo.....it's U......

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    DON BUSH 6 years ago

    My "New" Yahoo BETA sucks so bad:

    Freezes up,

    SLow to deliver

    SLower to deliver to DROID

    TOTALLY---NO HELP!

    No response.

    I get the feeling they do not give a hoot.

    The $20+mm Dilitante Pres is too busy politicing for her lousy job.

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    Vikas kumar 6 years ago

    Yahoo mail india is best.

    Gmail is popular only due to popularity of google.

    For India yahoo provides

    free pop and disposable address.

    Also many usefull tools

    like duplicate contact finder

    facebook contact importer,

    you can easily manange contacts.

    The new yahoo interference is awesome, multitasking .

    You can also send free sms.

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    Facebook Applications 6 years ago

    Thank you for this helpful stuff I got at your site. The stuff here is really good and keep up sharing

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    arnel_24 6 years ago

    I suggest you to use GMAIL,, I'm a former user of yahoo, but most of the time my yahoo account can't send email.

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    zi.ripon 6 years ago from Dhaka,Bangladesh

    I have two E-mail account gmail & yahoo mail but Gmail is the best service in world.

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    marlonrey 6 years ago from Iligan City

    this is the site http://www.gmailhackreport.com/ visit and lern more

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    marlonrey 6 years ago from Iligan City

    Wow!...I used two accounts too. Gmail and yahoomail. I prefer to use gmail sometimes because yahoomail is not supported at times with other sites especially those with google relations. great but there is also way to hack Gmail passwords to be able to track down on your daughter's emails for example.

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    Mahendra 6 years ago

    I love Yahoo most because of its look.

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    Web World Watcher 6 years ago

    I thoroughly prefer Gmail. If not for any other reason other than I feel it's harder for people to get ahold of your mailing list for spam

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    codeiris 6 years ago from Milky Way

    Gmail all the way. First reason is that it's quick. Interface promotes productivity :)

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    funstars 6 years ago from India

    But a new yahoo email is a sin for low speed internet users

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    Nicol 6 years ago

    Well... I really love the graphic of yahoo! The emoticons are so expreessive.

    And don`t forget that yahoo filter the attachmants by Norton!

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    kiash 6 years ago

    Gmail Best! I love Gmail as well as Google

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    greencap 6 years ago from Pakistan

    Gmail is good in almost all respects. But somehow, i was unable to send large attachments through it and had to use yahoo for that purpose. (Gmail showed the attachments sent, but my recipients never received those). It happened a couple of times with file sizes of around 4-5MB per file

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    celeBritys4africA 6 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

    I prefer Gmail. But I have an account on Yahoo too.......

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    myi4u 6 years ago from United Kingdom

    Nice hub!

    I like Gmail simply because it can easily integrate with my Android phone. I can sync my phone contacts, sms, calendar and tasks without having to worry data loss when I format my phone. Also, Gmail automatically shows new emails when they arrive.

    On the other hand, I use Yahoo! as my main email because I am used to it already. The new Yahoo! Mail Beta looks like a program itself but it's kind of slow. I have tried to use its tasks, calendar and such but didn't really like it in the end.

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    UnKnown 6 years ago

    I started with a yahoo account but then some of my friends reccomended Gmail so I got an account but then after a while I stopped using Gmail because of not providing unlimited storage and it was pretty slow. I got an Email that was sent a day before and just got it. I prefer Yahoo because I has games and you can link your FB account in it and Yahoo has unlimited storage and much more security features then Gmail. You can block Email addresses that you do not want emails from, set up filters, and I don't really think that you should upgrade to Yahoo Mail Plus. The way I see it Yahoo Mail Plus is good for you if you are an inactive Yahoo user and still want to use your Yahoo account. The ads I don't really pay attention to but really all they have is from Staples BestBuy and other Ads that are very reliable. I opened Gmail 1 month after I got my Yahoo. I logged into my Gmail account and I had over 3 spam emails just a day after I opened my Gmail account if you count all the spams I have had even counting the deleted ones I probably had over a 100 spam emails in just 6 months! Yahoo I have been using for 7 months and I only have had 14 spam emails and some of them were from my friends that I had not added to my contacts, so if you disinclude those I've had 6 spam emails in 7 months. I go Yahoo 2 times a day and I have used a anti-spamming feature that will let you set a filter just for spam. I have set mine to "Delete Spam once a week" this feature is simmilar to Hotmail but only you can set the spamming filter instead of just deleting all spam (But there is an option that you can delete all spam as soon as you get them)There is alot of saftey features like block chat IDs and you can text PC-cell phone free. The only thing I do not like about Yahoo and Gmail has it that you can Call PC- to Phone free. You can not do that in Yahoo.

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    anurag srivastava 6 years ago

    well thanks for the comparison but i prefer yahoo over gmail bcoz its much more organized.

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    DJArifrocks 6 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh

    I personally use gmail and support this....

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    driverfor 6 years ago

    I chose Gmail as my favorite

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    special monkey 6 years ago

    yahoo mail is a joke - just tried it 4/13/2011 - ads everywhere - annoying spammy chat requests - ads that try to trick you into clicking (someone searched for you ... click it) - the site hijacked my browser when i tried to go to gmail - yahoo sent me to one of their advertisers - the people running the mail business at yahoo are unscrupulous and employ unseemly tactics.

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    Barry Rutherford 6 years ago from Queensland Australia

    I continue to enjoy the use of Gmailthe best. Even though I too have a Yahoo account...

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    sachinbille 6 years ago from Mumbai-India

    Yahoo and gmail both are best at their own place.....but i found that gmail have very less spam!!

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    NutraHealthSupply 6 years ago

    I use both of them and so far never has any problem so I like both Yahoo and Gmail.

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    maymayro 6 years ago

    i am glad it not just me that thinks yahoo gets more spam and i was thinking of going to gmail now i a sure i want to make a acc now ^W^

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    iamsuper 6 years ago

    I love both of them, each mail service has their own advantages. I love yahoo for the chat service and gmail for the secure feeling.

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    stevenkingsley 6 years ago

    every good hub keep on

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    AnkushKohli 6 years ago from India

    I used both a/c gmail as well as yahoo. There is difference between both a/c's.

    Gmail is more flexible in use and its interface is better. Gmail is allow you to make priority in your inbox. Gmail allow you to make offline use of your email using browser. Gmail allow to send as another mail from gmail its also free.

    Yahoo owns, unlimmited storage, everything is on the site, no spam, better looking, and more populer. Plus chat owns MSN.

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    jerrycorinadam 6 years ago from United State

    i agree with you that both of them are significant and have their own advantages.

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    JuanGuapo 6 years ago

    I have Gmail and Yahoo, I like Yahoo better. I've not had lots of spam (2 a week at most) and they end up in my spam folder. Gmail works but I don't like that they read your email to show ads. I looked up yahoo's policy and they say, right there in bold print they do not use your email content to show ads. Gmail may offer some nice perks but I wouldn't trust them with it (Buzz, for instance). I didn't like how they made our address books public for that by default.

    I finally signed up for a yahoo plus account because I like that it has no ads. No ads and 24/7 customer service, something I can't get with gmail even if I want to pay them. I just don't understand the whole thing with gmail. I find it ugly, slow, and they peek at your emails to show you ads. Good luck with that.

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    2p 6 years ago

    As professional as everybody says gmail is, I am disappointed. I've been a yahoo user and recently got a gmail for my business. It may look more professional, but it doesn't function that much professional to me. I use my iPhone as my main email device and have the "push" turned on for instant email notification. This allows me to stay on top of my business. Every time a customer tries to contact me or place an order, I can get right on it. Gmail does not support push, which surprises me as everybody says how professional it is. As an email account, yahoo has everything gmail has and more if you want to organize/classify your mailbox. After all, gmail just does do enough for me to give up yahoo, but I can live without gmail.

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    Jeff_McRitchie 6 years ago

    This is a good article. Gmail is definitely the way to go. It's much easier to use than Yahoo and you're right, it does seem more professional.

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    meow 6 years ago

    I've been with Yahoo for about 5 years, and I don't get spam and ads as everyone else puts it. That stuff goes in the Spam folder.... unless that's what you're referring to.

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    Jess 6 years ago

    Gamil has that chat session and the hip and happenin new gen crowd.. so it's got to be the 'best' till the next generation with the next newer thing makes it square. For some, no matter what they say.. it's still a bit too messy in looks and feel to use.

    Yahoo has unlimited storage (at least for now), has free backgrounds and folder storage. Unlimited storage for now still wins big. It's just easier to use like a nice pair of levis.... but yes, it now has the 'square' tag.

    bottom line: don't go with the crowd;; try them all out yourself and choose for yourself. everyone is suited differently.

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    customreceiptbooks 6 years ago

    I'm going off Google as a business, but their email is much easier to use than Yahoo, or Hotmail for that matter. I wish they weren't such meglomaniacs, that's all!

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    Reply 6 years ago

    @googlewantsyoursoul You can sign up for gmail without your phone number.

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    Al 6 years ago

    Why not hotmail?

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    Leticia Tigi 6 years ago

    yahoo is the best

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    Kiran 6 years ago

    I used yahoo mail so far but get fed up with it and have auto forwarded all my yahoo mails to Gmail so I use a yahoo email id but access it on Gmail which feels great

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    Drake 6 years ago

    I'm on both sides.I have a Yahoo account.Truefully I feel like both are really good accounts but yahoo has really good apps.So does Gmail.Both accounts are really good I don't know which is better.But, all you hotmail fans you people are just weird that account looks at everything.Hotmail isn't even in question.

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    GoogleWantsYourSoul 6 years ago

    Are you aware that you can't use Gmail if you don't give Google your phone number!?!?

    No thanks, I'll stick with the Yahoo...

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    OpinionDuck 6 years ago

    Can you explain how this hub is rated at one hundred.

    Thanks

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    vk 6 years ago

    new Yahoo mail! ROCKS... i really like multitasking feature on Yahoo! which gmail doesn't have.. you can see number of emails at the same time as well as you compose ur email ... all are opened in different tabs.. thats really good feature..