Getting Started With Your BT Yahoo! Home Page

Introducing the BT Yahoo! Home Page Getting to the BT Yahoo! Home Page Getting Around the BT Yahoo! Home Page Working With Quicklinks Sizing the BT Yahoo! Home Page to Fit in Your Browser

Getting to the BT Yahoo! Home Page

The BT Yahoo! Home Page is accessible on any computer with an Internet connection—you don't need to download anything. This means you can check your BT Yahoo! Home Page from work, home, school, a friend's house, or pretty much anywhere in the world.

 

Here’s How

  1. Open a Web browser such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox.  Learn more

  2. Type the following address in the browser’s address box, then press Enter:

    bt.my.yahoo.com

    The sign-in page opens.

  3. On the sign-in page, type your BT Yahoo! email address and password, then click the Sign In button.

    Type your BT Yahoo! email address and password, then click the Sign In button.

    Your personal BT Yahoo! Home Page page appears, and if you’re new, it comes with some content to get you started. You can personalise BT Yahoo! Home Page in many ways by adding new content and tabs. What do you want to do?

 

What’s Next

If you normally have a high-speed connection (as specified in your profile) and you are viewing your BT Yahoo! Home Page from a computer with a low-speed connection (typically dial-up), you can set the mode to dial-up by selecting Switch to Dialup Mode from the More Options menu. While in dial-up mode, you will not be able to view video content. Note that you must switch back to DSL mode when you view the page from a computer with a high-speed connection.


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Words to Know

  • Module: a self-contained block of content on a BT Yahoo! Home Page, which you can add, edit, move, or remove.
  • Tab: an organisational unit in a BT Yahoo! Home Page used to organise content into meaningful groups. Your BT Yahoo! Home Page can have up to nine tabs.

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