How Unroll Me manages your subscription emails

Everyone receives subscription messages that they do not need. Some of these emails appear in your inbox mysteriously because you did not even subscribe to them. In addition to that, the cause an email overload and therefore, it becomes difficult for you to manage your messages. The worst situation is that when important emails come in, you are likely to miss them because the unwanted ones overshadow them. Because of this situation, you need a service that will help you to tidy up your inbox and ensure that you only get the right emails. One such service is Unroll Me.

 

Where you can use it

 

Unroll Me gained popularity because you can use it with different email accounts. For instance, you can use it with Yahoo and Gmail among other options. In addition to that, the company says that they are soon intruding new email accounts so that it can serve everyone regardless of where they are or what they prefer. To use it with multiple email platforms, you will have to log into each account separately from their website. Such convenience ensures that you do not have to use various services when switching between accounts.

 

How it works

 

When you start using Unroll Me to handle your subscription messages, it will automatically scan your emails to give you a report of how many subscription emails you receive every day. The scans are scheduled according to the preferences of the user. Once the scan is complete, you will get a report that they call a Roll Up. Simply put, a Roll Up is a digest of all your emails and shows both the sender and the number of emails. Therefore, you can choose the emails to read, those to save, and those to delete.

 

With Unroll Me, you have one of the most effective email management solutions. It works in the background and only gives you an analysis when you need it. You may want to customize the information on their website such as indicating the time when you should receive the Roll Up. When you do that, you will get better experiences, and you will have no problems with your emails.

 

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