Is your e-mail out of control? Have you subscribed to lots of newsletters to get a discount code? Is the junk mail piling up in your inbox? Well why don’t you take control of it today with Unroll.me?
When you arrive at the site I recommend watching the video on the main page. To do so click the Watch Our Video link. The video is just over a minute long and describes why you might want to use Unroll.me. You can also scroll down the page and learn more about what it does. Unroll.me is available for Outlook, Hotmail, MSN, Windows Live, Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail, and iCloud.
If you decide this seems like the solution to your inbox clutter, click the Get Started Now button. To sign up you’ll provide your e-mail address, and click continue. I have Gmail, so the next step for me is to grant Unroll.me permission to my inbox, then it will scan your e-mail for subscriptions!
Scanning can take up to two minutes, but if you’d rather not wait you can click the link to be notified via e-mail when it is finished. It found 406 subscriptions in my mailbox, that’s mind boggling! Notice the arrows at the bottom of this page, you can click them to scroll through more information about Unroll.me.
Once the scan is complete you’ll click the Continue to the Next Step button, where you’ll setup your Rollup and manage your subscriptions. The list is sorted alphabetically and you have the option to add it to your rollup or to unsubscribe. I’ll be at this for a little while with 406 to manage, but when you’re done click Finish button at the top of the screen.
If you accidentally unsubscribe from something you still want, click on Unsubscribed and scroll down the list to find it, and then click Re-Subscribe. I totally got on a roll clicking unsubscribe and had to go back and save some of the newsletters I care about.
Overall I ended up unsubscribing from 316 newsletters! I’m still trying to decide what I want to put on my rollup.
I think this is a really quick and easy way to get the clutter in your e-mail under control right away! Check it out for yourself today!
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