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Looks like Yahoo made some more changes:
1) Add to watchlist/Remove from watchlist icons not working
2) The popup when you click the player news icon has been updated to show the players recent schedule & stats (which is useless to me) & no longer shows the season stats (goals, assists & +/- rating)
Getting really sick of all these BS changes. It was't broke before so it doesn't need fixing. Grrrr!
Thanks for the detailed feedback. I've brought it back to the team. While we've heard alot of good feedback regarding the player note changes, we're not done and more changes will be made.
This was a big update to our player notes across NFL/NBA/NHL that haven't been changed in quite some time. We hope you'll find the additional data we've added helpful.
As for the watch list functionality, can you provide more details? We're not seeing any issues with that.
- 2 Replies to Mike
Mike ... the watch list icons seem to be working now. They weren't when I posted. I would still like to see the players season totals in the notes popup. The way it is now, seeing the stats for the previous 5-6 games, is worthless to me. I wanna see the totals.
Mike, you guys are blowing it with this change. We need to see more of the upcoming schedule and also the total stats. In other words, revert to the way it was. One of the reasons they haven't been changed for "quite some time" is that nobody complained about it. Please revert.
I wouldn't mind the new popup stats window, but one thing that's annoying to me is they only show the next upcoming game now instead of the next several. That information is useful to me when browsing free agents if I need to plug a lineup hole for a week. It's good to see which of my possible choices has more games in a week.
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