Email inboxes may sometime become clustered with different types of emails including social, promotions, political and alerts such as newsletters. Such emails are sometimes unwanted, and the growth of civic activities has led to increased categories of emails we receive daily. As many have experienced, these messages congest our inboxes henceforth leading to multiple emails becoming unread and obscuring relevant emails in our inboxes. However, there exists a beneficial and essential tool for the management of these junk emails, the Unroll Me App.
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Unroll Me is an email subscription management tool specializing in helping users to manage junk and subscription emails. The company, trading under the name Unroll Me, is privately owned and began its operations in 2011 by Jojo Hedaya and Josh Rosenberg. The services are free and utilize a simple web interface to categorize subscriptions and readily unsubscribe to unwanted messages. Users can sign in to Unroll Me with Google, Yahoo or Outlook accounts and the tool is stated to support AOL and other related email services.
After signing up, Unroll Me works automatically through scanning and your inbox within a few minutes and identifies junk subscription messages. The messages are then categorized into a Rollup, and you can readily be in control of frequent subscription alerts under the Rollup category provided by Unroll Me. More so, each subscription has an Unsubscribe button, and you can click and unsubscribe to the unwanted emails or click on Add to Rollup to receive the daily updates.
Other than focusing on separating relevant emails from junks, Unroll Me also offers an option where you can readily set when to receive the daily Rollup messages. Besides, users can log into the Unroll Me website or the folder created in the inbox and checks your daily subscription messages. Unroll Me remains compatible with both mobile and web browsers used to view your email accounts.
The company also offers the management of two accounts within one device such as Yahoo and Gmail. However, users are required to sign in on both accounts with specific email addresses to ensure each email comprises of different accounts. Each email, therefore, has its separate category of subscription messages both provided by similar email subscription management tool in one device.