You can use this URL for the home page:
But unfortunately the quotes still seem to be borked by the awful widescreen display. You used to be able to see detailed quote info at-a-glance all in one place.
Shame on you Yahoo! Finance was the last area of content where you excelled and differentiated yourself from the competition.
Hi @BC89 @JohnnyUtah We appreciate your feedback. You can post your comments out on the Yahoo Finance Feedback forum where Product managers are looking for feedback: https://yahoo.uservoice.com/forums/374940-double-down
Yes. The new Finance format is terrible. I think users would appreciate an option to remain with the old format. I know I would. Is there a way to change it back to the old format and leave it there?
We appreciate your feedback. You can post your comments out on the Yahoo Finance Feedback forum where Product managers are looking for feedback: https://yahoo.uservoice.com/forums/374940-double-down
Actually, I have the opposite problem. I like the new layout but suddenly http://finance.yahoo.com displays the old format. How do I get back to the beta withouth typing in beta.finance.yahoo.com?
Yahoo is continually developing and testing new product concepts in an effort to offer the most delightful experiences for our users.
We randomly expose test pages to a fraction of our users, and your account has not been included in a test group.
Please note that the Message board option has been removed from the new version of Yahoo Finance. However, it has been replaced by "Conversations" option. It is present next to the summary tab.
OK Roy, seems as if I'm back into the beta test and you say my account isn't included? I'm looking at the new design, hate it, just want to have the original layout. Tried to get to the message boards. But get the message that I'm not connected. I just want to be left alone.
I want to be removed from the beta screen. I don't have the time to work through this slow layout. And a suggestion you want??? Lose the chart. Keep the chart the way it has been for years or lose it.