If necessity is the mother of invention, then a service like Unroll.me fits that bill to the ‘T’. Email overload is an epidemic in itself and a virtual industry for the many apps that have come about because of it. Email management tips are good and fine, but you need to discipline a few dedicated weapons on email destruction to tackle an inbox that’s already bursting at the seams with unread and unwanted emails. From Facebook apps that send you notifications to the subscribe links you get after the unsuspecting guy clicks in moments of wild browsing.
Unroll.me helps you deal with the latter problem – unsubscribing from subscriptions that you no longer want to keep. What you get is a clutter free cleaner inbox. Here’s the introductory video:
Unroll.me is in beta. Presently it works with Gmail and Google Apps but support for Yahoo, MSN and AOL is on the way. You start off by selecting the email service and then giving Unroll.me access to your email address.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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