Importing from Yahoo

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Can I import a league from Yahoo sports?
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Posted 10 years ago

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Ted Kasten, Founder

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Unfortunately not this year. We hope to have Yahoo league import available next season.
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Mark

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Next year? what the heck have you guys been doing all this year? Yahoo fantasy football is as popular if not more so then ESPN or CBS. Come on guys, I'm very disappointed!
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Ted Kasten, Founder

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I have been pitching Yahoo since 2004!!!! I guarantee you that I am more disappointed than you are!!

If you know Carol Bartz, tell her to get a partnership with Draft Analyzer for 2011!! I will give you free licenses for life!
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caesar99

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I thought you guys said the same thing last year. Oh well, makes me devalue the Ultimate package I bought, I guess I'll have to do it manually.
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Bob Modelski, Employee

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We do apologize for the inconvenience. But, we know of no other software that integrates with YAHOO> Unfortunately they just wont allow others access to their settings. It is something out of our control. We pitch to them every year but, they just wont see eye to eye.
Thanks,
Bob
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jay

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these guys seem to have integrated with yahoo...

http://app.pickemfirst.com/
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Ben Lang

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Thanks Jay, we have not heard of that program yet. How does the Yahoo integration work with them?
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jaylobb

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Ben: Based on the "other Jay's" post, I went to Pickemfirst's website and poked around. They use the Yahoo Fantasy Sports API for their integration. They have some unique capability and I signed up with them for their free two-week trial (they don't tell you that there will be a fee to use the product after the two-weeks until you've already signed up for the free trial - I HATE THAT).

Nevertheless, it's something you should check out.

Jay
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Ben Lang

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Thanks to both Jays. We will check it out when we have some more time on our hands!