Subscription emails give a lot of people a mixed emotion. While some find good reasons to cling to them in order to spot good deals, some people find it better to just get rid of those emails completely. However, there are people in the middle of the spectrum who wants to see those emails at a certain time of the day without their important emails being buried from the sea of spam. Unroll.me is the solution to this problem.
Unroll.me is an email management service that organizes the user’s inbox and separates subscription messages from its important messages. This works by scanning the inbox, sorting the emails scanned, and hiding those what the app deems to be from subscription sites from the primary inbox. Those that are separated will be shown in what the app calls as a “Rollup”, where subscription emails are stored. These subscription emails will then show up in a scheduled email where the user can view all of them in an organized way.
The Unroll.me algorithm has a decent performance, scanning 10,000 messages in just a few minutes. Its algorithm is also fairly accurate when it comes to detecting subscription emails. The app can sort the emails via the time of the day it was received, the subscription site that sent it, or at any mean. What users love about this app is that they can customize the time when the Rollup will be sent in the primary inbox for viewing.
Unroll.me also enables the user to unsubscribe to a subscription he or she no longer want to see. It also gives users the option to let certain emails go to the primary email directly. When the user wants immediate access to the emails even before the Rollup schedule arrives, the user can just check the contents in the folder Unroll.me folder which is automatically added to the email account. The UI is intuitive, aesthetic, and is blazingly fast.
The Unroll.me app supports a lot of mainstream email service providers such as Gmail and Yahoo. However, the app doesn’t support the combined monitoring of two accounts yet. The app can only support one roll-up per one email account and not one roll-up for multiple email accounts.