Finding yourself (and others…) in yearbooks online

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  1. james clark says:

    Do you have 1981 OU Law School Advocate annual/yearbook for sale?

  2. Kevin says:

    South city

  3. Roana says:

    Do you know where I can find elementary school yearbooks at?

  4. hannah says:

    I’m looking for someone specific, from 2015. But the yearbooks don’t go that far, and I only know the first name of the person which makes everything hard

  5. Gallagher says:

    Classmates keeps “improving” their site and are really damaging their brand. Their latest change is on the actual yearbook sites where they’ve eliminated the option to type in a page # so you can get there instantly, and they’ve removed the option to zoom incrementally. Now you have a single zoom option and the single page ou are viewing is still barely readable.
    The layout used to be two pages which you could scroll back and forth and up and down. Now you can drag A SINGLE PAGE somewhat, but a full third of the page display is taken up by options (search, zoom +/-, Grid view (four page grid (can read much), Page view (single). I don’t believe I will be renewing.

  6. Looking for someone

  7. Jayla says:

    Trying to find my old elementary school yearbook with me and my friends in it

  8. Fred says:

    Some components of Classmates have gotten better. Many have gotten worse. One biggie is the maximum number of choices when searching on a name, 500. If you search for a name with, say, 2000 choices, only 500 of those can be accessed. You are presented with ten options per page, but only 50 pages. Now that may sound like a lot, but what becomes of the additional 1500 inaccessible names? I realize there must be a limit, but 500 is unrealistic.

    Another problem is its display. For some reason, the print is so small on some pages, a magnifying glass is almost essential. Unfortunately there may be no good solution for this problem except, perhaps, providing more than a single “zoom out” option. There’s more, but that’s for a another time.

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