Part of my daily ritual is to check my email when I first wake up. Over time the number of emails I receive on a regular basis seems to be increasing. The more I go to check my Inbox the more overwhelmed with email I get. Not just the emails from clients but, from newsletters and subscriptions I signed up from that are no longer being used. Email is now a part of everyone’s lives, and the amount of message you get could start to be out of control. Now, there is a great web app that can help you climb your mountain of email!
Unroll.me is an excellent online application that will scan your inbox and detect all the newsletters you have subscribed for and gives you an easy and painless way to unsubscribe from them.
Overwhelmed With Email, Take Control of Your Inbox
When I first ran unroll.me on my personal email, it found over 175 subscriptions I am currently enrolled in. I know I don’t read all of them and most are just taking up space. With its natural bulk unsubscribe feature I was able to cut my inbox down to just 25 email subscriptions. This will save you both time and sanity as you don’t have to cut through all the junk in your inbox to find the messages that are important to you.
It also includes a rollup feature that includes all the emails you select! Think of it as reading the newspaper every morning. You will receive one email with the content from the subscriptions you selected. Unroll.me will give you an easy way to filter through your emails. It does not unsubscribe you from the emails in your rollup email account. Instead, it takes the emails and moves them to a folder called unroll.me then sends you a daily briefing on what emails were moved to this folder. This feature alone will help clean and tame your email.
Outlook.com Gmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail and iCloud email accounts.
Easy to use and setup. A painless and relatively automatic process of scanning and removing you from email lists. If the service is not working for you, it has an easy deactivation process. Don’t forget IT’S FREE!
Unroll.me does not support Exchange or Office 365. After unsubscribing from a handful of newsletters, it will want you to share the web app on social media for you to continue removing more items.
Hi, My name is Josh Giesing. I am the Operations Manager at Computer PRO Unltd. In my free time, I enjoy reading and have a passion for learning.