It’s time to acknowledge my problem: I’m an information junky. Whether it’s scanning news headlines or mainlining my 99 favorite blogs, I am all over the Internet, all the time. It’s not healthy.
For the sake of my own sanity, I’ve been craving a way to keep all these sites in one place, but organized into different categories. This way, I could find what I need, when I wanted, without heavy searching or bookmarking.
I took a bold step towards that goal when I started using multiple pages on My Yahoo!. Now, I can keep all of my everyday content on the “My Front Page,” and I can categorize my favorite blogs in the extra pages (yes, like the newspaper!).
To add another page to your My Yahoo!, click on the “Add Page” button in the navigation bar just below the Search box.
You can personalize your new page too…
* Add modules and change the color and layout of your page
* Move modules between pages by dragging and dropping them onto the page name
* Rename your new page at any time by clicking on the page name
Adding another page – or even several pages – is such a quick and simple way to keep all your content organized. And if you’re a media obsessive like me, that can mean the difference between a data death spiral and information Nirvana. Try it out!
My Yahoo! Sr. Product Manager