How do I search Rogers Yahoo! Help?
Your Rogers Yahoo! help site provides you with a comprehensive search that will allow you to find the necessary online help articles to answer your questions. Simply enter your keywords in the search box provided, click "Search Help," and follow the resulting links to individual help topics. You can refine your search by changing or adding keywords. Below are some tips that will help you get the most out of your help search.
- Rogers Yahoo! Help search is not an Internet search.
The purpose of Yahoo! Help is to answer your questions about Rogers Yahoo! features and services. Please visit http://search.yahoo.com to search the Web.
- Question format.
You can ask with a compete question or by using keywords. We recommended you use at least three keywords, but this is not required.
- Keep your question concise and specific.
Rogers Yahoo! Help's search engine will return specific topics that match the concepts in your question. By including more than one concept, your search can be narrowed to obtain the best answers.
Good sample questions that have appropriate concepts for better results:
- How do I reply to a personals ad?
- What is the address of my web site?
- Add contact to address book
Vague questions that are likely to bring back diluted answers:
- web page
- Only include concepts relevant to your question.
If your question contains irrelevant concepts, the search engine is less likely to succeed in answering your question. For example, "I bid on a necklace on Yahoo! Auctions and then changed my mind and I no longer want it. How do I cancel my bid?" has extra concepts. "How do I cancel my bid?" will be more effective.
- Spelling is important for a successful search.
If you aren't getting the results you want, double-check the spelling of your question.
- Boolean operators like "AND," "NOT," and "OR" are not necessary.
Boolean operators will be treated as words in your question rather than as logical operators.
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