Taking Back Control of Your Inbox with Unroll.me


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Starting your day with a messy inbox can be a recipe for disaster. This is true whether you are checking your personal or work inbox. There is something crippling and exhausting about opening up an inbox filled to the brim with unread messages from sources that you do not even care about. It is easier than ever to give in to the urge to share your email address these days because retailers are always offering a discount for that information in order to add you to their mass mailings. Inevitably, you will get sick and tired before you know it of being bombarded with constant reminders and alerts that a new sale has started or product has been released. There has to be a way to avoid this madness without analyzing each individual email and tediously unsubscribing from each sender. Thanks to Unroll.me, now there certainly is. 

Email users everywhere are signing up for the free, convenient service from Unroll.me to avoid having to scour their inboxes and spam folders for hours to stop the onslaught of unwanted subscription emails. By allowing this service to skim through your email, it can instantly identify all sources of subscription messages that you are receiving. You will have the option to unsubscribe from all or some of those services with the click of a button. This certainly takes the headache out of opening countless browser windows to manage the unsubscription nightmare for each retailer on your own. Relying on this service to present all of your email subscriptions in one place means that you never have to worry about getting annoyed that a company will pester you with countless emails again. Even if you mark those emails as spam, there is no guarantee that they will always make it to the spam folder without getting on your nerves first. This is where having access to all of the email subscription senders in one list is a godsend. 

You may be wondering if there is a way to turn off the email monitoring once you are at a point that your email subscription list is more manageable. You can do so at any time, and the best part is that you are also free to sign right back up for the service if you want it to pick back up where it left off. This is the best way to make sure that you didn't forget about any new email subscriptions that may have slipped through the cracks while you were not using the service. You are in total control of the data you share and time period for which you use the service. It just takes a simple click of the mouse to change the settings whenever you want. 

A clean inbox is no longer just something to aspire to. It is an attainable goal that will make you more productive at work, less stressed in your personal life and less likely to forget to respond to a crucial email that got lost in the mix.


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