End of my patience

Gmail has finally forced its users to switch to the new look. I can’t find my contact list and the new look version has about 8 names in the address category. So I’ve decided to use my aol account. My prime email address will now be: mgypsy97 at aol dot com.

I tried to change the email address that appears at the top of my blog, but Google won’t let me replace the primary address which is the gmail one. I don’t understand this since many users of Blogger have alternative email programs. I’m truly about ready to give up on Google and all its tentacle programs.

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8 Responses to End of my patience

  1. JOJO says:

    I'm not good at changes either when it comes to all this e-mail junk and I think changing my e-mail to Yahoo is when I wound up with 2 blogs with the same name

  2. ezrablu says:

    Man I'm with you on this post…they have ruined a good thing and instead of expanding our possibilities…they control and manipulate everything we do online. Using ANY "Search" is a joke now.

  3. Know exactly what you are talking about. We have 3 email programs and I don't like any of them. There are those out here who think any kind of a technology change is a wondrous thing. Not so!! Newer is not always better & that has been proven time and time again. It seems 'logic' just goes right out the window in the thought and design behind a lot of new stuff.

  4. Debbie Goode says:

    I hear that! Change is NOT always a good thing! It seems just when I learn my way around something it…it changes and I have to start all over…what a PAIN!

  5. Dizzy-Dick says:

    I don't like change, that is why I am having such a hard time with the new laptop.

  6. Sherry says:

    Seems like a lot of these new technology things are an attempt to see how many bells and whistles they can get not how user friendly they can make it.

  7. MargieAnne says:

    I'm finding changes harder to manage every day.Do hope you are having a lovely family time.We wish you a Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year.Blessings from Anne and John, New Zealand.

  8. GMF says:

    Well I have been forced to new but my wife's account hasn't changed…Figure that one out( shrug)Actually after a short learning curve it's really not that much different, I sure wouldn't call it an improvement.I think staff programmers have to keep changing stuff to justify their jobs..

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