Unroll.me An Answer To Unwanted Email Subscriptions

Do you find that when you get up in the morning you have numerous emails but only one or two are actually of any use to you? Do you receive regular emails that annoy you but you just don’t get the chance (or can’t be bothered) to go around un-subscribing from all these email ‘newsletters’?

If any of the above applies to you then you need Unroll.me. Unroll.me is a fantastic tool that will scan your emails to see what subscriptions you have, it will then list them all on one screen and you can remove your email address from any subscriptions with just one click. Simply head on over to Unroll.me, enter your email address & password then away you go.

At the moment Unroll.me only supports Gmail, Google Apps & Yahoo mail but more providers are set to be lined up soon. For all of my emails I run Google Apps and unfortunately, I am part of the group outlined in the opening paragraph. So I duly went on over to Unroll.me and had it scan my personal mailbox…51 subscriptions were found. Most of them I didn’t even recognise but some are ones that annoy me most mornings. Now I have a nice clear inbox with a lot less rubbish coming into it.

Results from my mailbox scan

Unroll.me An Answer To Unwanted Email Subscriptions
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  • Erik Wasmund

    This looked like a cool service, until I read that I had to give up my email password. Not so sure about that…

    • http://www.refugeeks.com/ Kev Quirk

      The only reason it asks for your password is so it can scan your mail. It obviously has to do this in order analyse what mail you receive.

      • Erik Wasmund

        I get that but who’s to say they won’t have a security issue and they start scanning my email for other info.

      • http://www.refugeeks.com/ Kev Quirk

        Very true Erik, I suppose you can never be too careful. I suppose you could use the service then reset your password :)