My Email inbox is always a headache due to numerous unwanted newsletter. There are times when I’m subscribed to a newsletter for free discount coupon, offer or for some other reason. With time many of these Newsletter starts sending junk. I’m sure you have also faced similar situation. This is worse when you have subscribed to email newsletter in your school-college days for some community, jobs, bank enquiry, real-estate to name a few. Most of these services share your emails and you will be constantly added to new email list every other day. So far I have not found any way to keep my email out of radar of these unwanted spam email newsletter. But for now I have a free service for you which will help you to see the list of all email newsletter you are subscribed to and with one click you can unsubscribe to these email newsletter.
Unroll.me : Unsubscribe to Email newsletter with one click
Unroll.me is a free web-service which connects with Gmail account, and show the list of all Email newsletter you are subscribed to. In case if you don’t want to unsubscribe to specific email newsletter such as updates from your social-media channels, you can add all of them into Rollup and it will consolidate all your email into one and send them in a single mail. This way your inbox will stay clutter-free and you will have less headache to deal with. Now, let me show you how Unroll.me works, but before that watch this intro video.
The process is very easy and all you need to do is: Go to Unroll.me and enter your email address. On the next page it will ask you to authenticate unroll.me to access your Gmail account. After authentication it will start scanning your inbox and you will see a progress bar:
When Unroll.me is finished scanning your inbox, simply click on “Continue to next step” where you will see the list of all subscribed email-newsletter. You can click on Unsubscribe infront of these newsletters or you can add it to rollup. Here is a screenshot for the same:
It will take few minutes to unsubscribe to all email newsletter, but it’s worth your time. Instead of blindly unsubscribing to all of them, I recommend you to choose carefully, as you don’t want to miss out on important email newsletter such as: From your bank, Paypal account, LinkedIn to name a few.
For me it took around 5 minutes to unsubscribe to over 190+ email newsletter and undoubtedly this will give me a peace of mind in the coming days. One thing which you need to keep in mind, unsubscribing the newsletter doesn’t meant it will delete your old emails. For that you can use another free-service call Other-Inbox. You can read about Other-Inbox over here.
Unroll.me is indeed a great service for anyone suffering from Email overload issue. You just need to use it once in a while and it will save you from a lot of headache.
Here is another Gmail tip which you should know to quickly unsubscribe to any email newsletter. Open any Email newsletter in your Gmail and click on Dropdown infront of received field, you will see an option to unsubscribe to that Email newsletter. (Quick and easy!). You can read more about it on official help page over here.
Here is a screenshot for the same:
For further reading:
- 7 awesome Gmail tricks you ought to know right now
- 3 ways to check if your Gmail account is hacked or not
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