Does anyone know how to upload your company's logo into that sender profile pic spot that comes up next to the email? Attached a screenshot example where Uber and Amazon have their logos in place. I'm having trouble finding anything online help at Yahoo! Help Centre.
Thanks y'all for any tips you have!
You can't change it. Uber's logo is there because it is an advertisement, not an email. It's Yahoo's new thing called "Alphatars" where they will show a random image from Flickr representing initials of the sender's name. The only time it will show up differently is if the yahoo email user has connected their yahoo email account with their social networks and the email address is associated with one of their friends. It would show the person's picture in that case. There is no way for a company to override this behavior, though.
One more thing, I had inquired about this a few days ago and they did say they will pull a logo automatically for companies that are sending fully signed DMARC email. I am unsure where they go to obtain a logo...it may come from Facebook or LinkedIn.
Is this similar to what Google and Apple do? I know Google pulls from G+.
I actually don't think it's as good. Outlook.com will show you a picture of the sender even if you haven't linked your social accounts. Microsoft has an agreement with some of the networks to get the pictures based on the email address if it is known. They all do this in one way or another. I'm not a huge fan of this new update from Yahoo, though.