how to change, in Yahoo, it shows “for you”

Unfortunately, Yahoo doesn’t currently offer a way to directly remove the “For You” section on its homepage. However, there are a few workarounds you can try to personalize your Yahoo experience and minimize content you’re not interested in:

  1. Manage Interests: Yahoo uses your browsing habits and search history to populate the “For You” section. You can try to manage your interests by visiting the Yahoo Privacy Dashboard (https://guce.yahoo.com/privacy-dashboard?locale=en-US). Here, you can review and potentially remove categories that aren’t relevant to you. This might help reduce unrelated content in the “For You” section.

  2. Change Homepage Settings: While you can’t remove “For You,” you can change your homepage settings to prioritize content you prefer. Some options include:

    • Set a different homepage: You can choose a different website, like a news source you trust, to be your homepage instead of Yahoo. This way, you avoid the “For You” section altogether.
    • Focus on specific sections: On Yahoo’s homepage, there are sections like “Finance,” “Sports,” or “Mail.” You can choose to hide some sections and expand others based on your interests. This might help prioritize content you find valuable.
  3. Use a Different Browser: Some browsers offer features that allow you to customize your start page or block unwanted content. You could explore using a different browser and see if it offers more control over your homepage experience.

Here are some additional resources that you might find helpful:

Remember, these are workarounds as Yahoo doesn’t currently offer a direct way to remove the “For You” section.