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Here is the complete list of possible group features: A group receives a web address and an email address when it is created and can be listed in one of the Yahoo! Development was led by Doug Hirsch (product management) and Matt Jackson (lead engineer), both of whom have since left the company. Clubs quickly grew to be one of the largest traffic-generating products within the Yahoo! In August 2000, Yahoo acquired e Groups.com, one of the most popular group collaboration products at the time. Groups product was launched which merged e and Yahoo! The resulting product is typically one of the Top-five page-view-generating sites across the Yahoo network. The removal of this feature was announced as a spam-fighting counter-measure.
The team claimed that spammers had been misusing the Forward feature to mail Group messages to up to 50 recipients each time.
The items can be new photos, links, files, polls, applications, application entries, applications comments, members (but only for groups with fewer than 100 members), and database tables.
In September 2010 a major facelift was rolled out, making Yahoo! However, several key features were removed, notably the ability to respond directly to the sender of a message rather than the group, and the ability to use a Rich Text editor.
According to the ygroups blog this would involve deleting any Group that is more than six months old and contains no Messages, Photos or Files.