Email inboxes can be full of junk mail making it difficult to get the important mails. This is especially so when people subscribe to political notifications among others. They notifications languish in the inboxes obscuring the important ones. Unroll Me came into existence to address this issues. With the email subscription service, you can organize your inbox and make it easy to unsubscribe from unwanted subscriptions.
With a single click of a button, the free service displays all your subscriptions in a manner to make it easy to unsubscribe from any of them. Unroll Me works with Google Apps, Gmail, as well as Yahoo email accounts. It is not clear where the company has reached with the commitment to add support for AOL as well as other email services. You just need to sign up with the free service, link your account and you’re up and running automatically. It takes seconds for Unroll Me to scan through thousands of messages to organize the subscriptions you receive.
After scanning, Unroll Me displays what they term as your Rollup to view your subscriptions. It places the subscriptions into the Rollup to help you unsubscribe from any of them instantly. You could also set the time you wish to receive your Rollup. The time can be morning, afternoon, or even night. You will have to link each account to Unroll Me individually and separately because it doesn’t create one blended rollup for both accounts.
The email subscription management service was launched in 2011 by Jojo Hedaya, Perri Blake Gorman, Josh Rosenwald, and Steven Greenberg to end the unwanted subscriptions menace in inboxes. The company grew tremendously to attract the attention of Slice Technologies which acquired it recently. The founders were confident that Unroll Me will get to become profitable at some point because it has proven to be useful to members. It prioritizes and puts emails into rollup categories as they come.
Unroll Me prides itself on not only its rollup capabilities and functionalities, but also its creative design. The slick design as well as aesthetics drives the user experience of Unroll Me to a new level. The service has evolved over time to enable users to swipe in a tinder-like manner to either unsubscribe or keep from newsletters and others.