People often send personal photos, fun stuffs and many more to your flooded inbox and just when it hits in your mind about a particular favorite photo that you thought about seeing again, it takes almost forever to find out those pics. Just after Yahoo launching its new feature for its “image search”, Yahoo again has launched a new feature in its mail service.
Now users can check all the photos ever sent to them in the photo tab, easily and efficiently. Not only that, you can share those photos with your long list of friends or upload it to Flickr instantly. According to the Yahoo blog, when ever you upload any photos to Flickr via your mobile device, those photo automatically reflects in your Yahoo account. Well, if you don’t have a Flickr account, you can create it via Yahoo Mail.
It’s a cool feature endeavored by Yahoo, as many users find it difficult to find photos sent to them, especially when those mails are lost amongst all those news feeds and stuff.
In Yahoo blog it was stated:
“If you’re like me, you send and receive a LOT of photos in Yahoo! Mail. From baby pictures, to soccer photos, to what-happens-in-Vegas-stays-in-Vegas shenanigans, my Yahoo! Mail contains a treasure trove of memories. The problem is, those memories are buried deep within my mailbox. Ask me to retrieve those great photos Grandma sent when the twins were 3 (or was that 4?) and I’m likely to throw my hands up in dismay.”
So when ever someone sends you photos, it automatically adds it to your photo list and displays it in a grid fashion. Images can be viewed by user defined choice like date, size, sender etc. As soon as you hover over the image you can see the subject line and you will be redirected to the mail containing the same photo.
Surely this unique update is going to increase or retain the number of yahoo mail users and more such updates are expected in the years to come. Moreover Yahoo has already taken steps to boost its image search with most recent and high quality pictures.
Here is a video about the features and working of the new update to yahoo mail