Yahoo Terminates It’s Login Services For Facebook And Google.

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Yahoo Terminates It’s Login Services For Facebook And Google.

Yahoo has decide that some necessary changes are in order of its online services, with an actual requirement to having an actual Yahoo account instead of being allowed to use either Facebook or Google as log-in credentials. This current move might show that the company is trying to pull out bigger move to reclaim itself as one of the top websites out there.

Ideas Behind The Change.

While Yahoo has always had its own account system, they have previously before allowed any new users to its service to make registration without the necessary use of creating one from Yahoo itself, and instead using Google and Facebook ID’s instead. This strategy seemed to be effective for the time being in attracting all sorts of users to try out all of the company’s various services, it may have not been a very smart choice in sticking with it for a long-term setup. It’s possible with the passing years of people using Yahoo’s services that the company is confident in have many migrate to their own personal account system once they have terminated the use of alternative logins.

The First Change.

The first to go through its system change would be Yahoo Sports Tourney Pick’em, This will be leading the way towards a more changes that will be gradual, with other Yahoo services slowly falling in line. The company has not released a timeframe or any information as to which service shall be changed next.

Yahoo’s official statement on these matters claims that its new process is to inline with the company’s goals on improving for its users experiences and offering personalized content, which would be easier if the company held control. At the current moment all we can do is wait and see if previous users will continue to use Yahoo’s services or simply be turned off by all the recent changes.

Yahoo is continually working on improving the user experience, which includes our sign-in process for Yahoo Sports Tourney Pick’Em,” a Yahoo spokesperson told sources. “This new process, which now asks users to sign in with a Yahoo username, will allow us to offer the best personalized experience to everyone.”

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