Yahoo! Mail App For Windows 8

After redesigning its Mail service to improve the speed, Yahoo! has now released official Mail app for Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 operating system. Yahoo! Mail users can now install the app by visiting the official Windows 8 Store using the Store app.

Yahoo! Mail app for Windows 8

Yahoo! Mail app for Windows 8 features an easy-to-use interface and includes all options that you would expect from a decent email app. Using the app, one can send and receive messages, share photos, videos, & documents, search emails, scan messages in your inbox with continues scroll, and more.

The app also comes with live tiles feature. That is, one can view the new message right on the Start screen when there is a new message arrives to the inbox.

Yahoo! Mail app for Windows 8 Picture1

The current version lacks multiple account support, options to adjust the font size, and adjust columns. Yahoo! will certainly introduce these missing features and options in the next release.

By default Yahoo! Mail adds “Sent from Yahoo! Mail for Windows 8” text as your mail signature. To change it or turn off signature, after signing-in, move the mouse cursor to the upper or lower right corner of the screen to open Charms bar, click Settings and then click General.

Yahoo! Mail for Windows 8

Visit the download link provided at the end of this article and then click View in the Store button to open the link in Store app and finally click Install button to start downloading and installing the app.

Once installed and launched, you will be asked to enter your Yahoo! ID and password. Enter your ID and password and finally click Sign in button to start syncing. Users who don’t have a Yahoo! Mail account could use mail to sign up for Yahoo! Mail by clicking on the Sign up for Yahoo! Mail button.

How to enable second sign-in verification in Yahoo! guide might also interest you.

Yahoo! Mail (Via NirmalTV)

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Comments

  1. Darte says

    To print in Yahoo Mail Windows 8 App you have to hit ctrl p, that’s the only way I have found that works. You would think the would put an icon in the tray for it??? lol

  2. kathryn says

    yahoo does not start on my win8 table. I get “an unknown error occurred. please check your internet connection and try again” message, however I’m connected and accessing other web apps / sites.

  3. Jodi says

    This is probably quite simple, but I’m less than a week new to windows 8. I’ve installed the Yahoo app, but can’t for the life of me figure out how to print an email. I ended up opening yahoo in a browser and printing from there. I’m hoping I don’t need to do that every time I need to print. Is there a print feature I’m missing somewhere?

  4. Bala says

    There is no such thing as a “General” tab under settings. You have to go into “Accounts” and select your account. Then the signature can be modified or turned off. Yahoo! help files skip the step of choosing the “Accounts” and the selecting the desired account. Who wrote these help files for them, anyway?

  5. Cathy Juma says

    I need help! My account has been inaccessible for over 2 weeks.
    Furthermore, My security answer is not accepted and there is no other answer!
    I bought a new computer, several months ago (windows 8) and was accessing my yahoo mail just fine. Then, this problem, all of a sudden???
    I cannot access my mail on my phone either!
    I get a message saying- go to a computer and resolve the issue.
    Trying to resolve the issue only locks my account as, it does not accept my answer to the security question!
    I hoped to download this app and possibly resolve the issue but, I need to know if it will actually be resolved, by doing so?

  6. Ron says

    Where is the logout in Yahoo Mail App for Windows 8? It seems you can not logout. Why? I do not like This. This is a huge problem.

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