It’s no secret that our email inboxes can become flooded with unwanted emails that we have never even touched or considered to read. They continue to linger in our inboxes either it be from friends or a politically motivated machine. Emails can come in the form of a newsletter, alerts or daily deals that we have no interest in using or signing up for. The entire list of our messages can be made up of those we haven’t read or there are some important ones that we’d like to keep.
In today’s market, surprisingly, there really isn’t that many tools we can use to stop the barge of email notifications unless we take the time to go through each one. Finally, there is a new application on the market that ease your worries.
Unroll.me is a new service that is free to use that has a great interface that allows you to unsubscribe from all emails by one click. All you need to do is head over to Unroll.me now and enter your credentials for Google, AOL, Outlook or your Yahoo account. If none of these are what you use, then simply try an email address. You will get a list of subscriptions that give you the opportunity to either keep an email in the inbox, add to Rollup or basically Unsubscribe. Once you hit that click button for the Unsubscribe option on all email you don’t want to receive any more you will be free.
If you decide there are some subscriptions you want to remain in your inbox, then use the Add to Rollup option. This will create a grid to where you can have a once a day digest sent anytime during the day of these newsletters. This list allows you to delete and add subscriptions any time you want.