How To Unsubscribed to Annoying Email Newsletter At Once?
Due to many unwanted newsletters, my email inbox is always a headache. There are times when I subscribe to newsletters for free discount coupons, offers or any other reason. Over time many of these newsletters start sending junk.
I’m sure you’ve had a similar situation. This is worse when you have subscribed to email newsletters for some email names in the name of some communities, jobs, bank inquiries, real estate in your school-college days. Most of these services share your email and you will be constantly added to another email list.
So far, I have not found any way to keep my email out of the unwanted spam email newsletter radar. But for now I have a free service for you that will help you see the list of all the email newsletter subscribed and with one click you can unsubscribe from these email newsletters.
Unroll.me: unsubscribe from email newsletters with one click
Unroll.me is a free web-service that connects to a Gmail account, and displays a list of all the email newsletters you subscribe to. If you do not want to unsubscribe from specific email newsletters like updates to your social media channels, you can add them to everyone in rollup and it will consolidate all your emails together and send them in the same mail.
This way your inbox will be free of chaos and you will have less headache to deal with it. Now, let me show you how Unroll.me works, but before this introduction video is seen.
The process is very simple and all you have 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 the progress bar:
When Unroll.me ends your inbox scanning, just click on “Continue to the next step” where you will see a list of all the subscribed email-newsletter. You can click on the unsubscribe to these newsletter or you can add it to the rollup. Here’s a screenshot for:
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It will take a few minutes to unsubscribe from all email newsletters, but it’s worth your time. Rather than indulging them indiscriminately, I advise you to choose carefully, because you do not want to pay attention to important email newsletters such as: Paypal Account, LinkedIn Some names, from your bank.
It took me almost 5 minutes to unsubscribe my email newsletter more than 190+, and this would undoubtedly give me the peace of mind in the coming days. The one thing you need to keep in mind, canceling the newsletter does not mean that it will delete your old email. For this, you can use another free service call-inbox. You can read about the other inbox here.
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Unroll.me is really a great service for anyone suffering from email overload problem. You just need to use it for a while and this will save you from many headaches.