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— Unroll.Me (@Unrollme) January 29, 2019
Unroll Me is a service that cleanses your e-mail inbox of clutter. This service was recently featured online in an article from pcworld.com as one of the premiere tools for unsubscribing oneself from email lists. PC World described the service as easy to use and touted the fact that Unroll Me is free. The article was also informative, instructing a person on how to use Unroll Me.
— Noah Cook (@noahmcook) June 18, 2019
Unroll Me is a service that you can log into with your email address in order to manage your accounts. Once logged in, the service highlights all of your subscriptions so you can choose how to manage them. Choosing the “unsubscribe” option removes you from email lists and is an easy first step towards de-cluttering your inbox!
The PC World article highlighted other similar services like Unlistr and Unsubscriber, but there is reason why Unroll Me is featured at the top of their article – it has the best and simplest features! Unlistr for instance has an annoying behavior that, once you decide to stay enrolled on one list, it removes that email service from future scans. This service also sounds like it works best with mobile email; not good for those that use desktop or laptop computing. Unsubscriber is also free, but rather than being logged into through a browser like Unroll Me, the service adds a “unsubscribe” folder within your email provider. For those that don’t want a third party app taking up real estate within their inbox, this just simply isn’t an option. It’s just not as convenient and practical as logging onto Unroll Me to manage your subscription list in one easy to manage session.
As we unclutter our lives, it becomes essential to organize and manage our email lists. For those of us that need to stay on top of emails and clear the plate of junk, a tool to help us unsubscribe from mass mailing lists is absolutely essential. After reading PC World’s informative article, it is clear that with Unroll Me in my toolbox, I won’t have to subscribe to any of their competition.