Unroll.me Helps Me Take Back My Inbox #Cbias

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So… I used to enter a lot of blog giveaways. It’s one way I discovered new blogs. I would subscribe to their newletters and feeds so I could stay updated on what was going on at each blog. It seemed like a logical thing to do.

Until I was subscribed to hundreds of newsletters and feeds!

I was getting hundreds of emails a day and wasn’t reading a single one!

One day I spent quite some time unsubscribing from the ones I didn’t really want to read. Then I got tired and stopped. I still get a crazy number of subscription emails in my inbox!

It makes it difficult to differentiate between the subscriptions and emails I really need to read! I just needed a tool to help me unsubscribe and condense my email subscriptions. Unroll.me has come to my rescue!

Unroll.me can help you clean up your email inbox with just a few clicks!

Cleaning up my inbox with Unroll.me

I actually used Unroll.me on a few Gmail mailboxes I have. This was my sister’s inbox sitting at over 2,300 emails. Many of them are subscriptions. Although she passed away almost a year ago, I still check her inbox periodically in case someone who knew her sends her a message. We tried to contact as many people as possible but there are still people finding out about our loss.

Most of the emails in her mailbox are subscriptions she had. I really wanted to clean up her inbox but the task seemed a bit too daunting.

Getting started with Unroll.me

It was extremely easy to get signed up for Unroll.me. I selected the mail service I use and clicked GO!

Unroll.me

All I had to do was click allow and I was on to the next step. I loved not having to enter all of my information. Yes, I’m lazy sometimes!

Unroll.me

Unroll.me started by analyzing all of the subscriptions associated with the email address. I actually thought that my sister had a lot more so I was a bit surprised. Apparently cleaning up her inbox wasn’t going to be as easy as I thought it might be! Using Unroll.me was very easy though!

Unsubscribing with unroll.me

This screenshot is from when I went into my own email address where I had subscribed to a ton of blogs! It’s so easy to unsubscribe! It took a simple click on the button with the minus sign and I had unsubscribed! It was a lot quicker than clicking on the unsubscribe links at the bottom of each email.

I will admit that I was a bit skeptical that it could be that easy. So I have been watching my inbox for the past few days. Instead of a ton of emails rolling in throughout the day, I get one email (my Daily Rollup) from Unroll.me that looks like this!

Daily Rollup with unroll.me

I’m quickly able to scan the subscriptions and click to see more if I’m interested. You can schedule your Daily Rollup to come during the time of day that works best for you! If you want to see your Daily Rollup on the unroll.me website you can do that as well!

Daily Rollup with unroll.me

You can select which subscriptions you want to receive in your Daily Rollup. It’s definitely helping keep my inbox a bit less cluttered. It’s great for me because I actually have one of my email addresses forward to another. That seemed like a great idea but it means I get each email in two inboxes! The Daily Rollup email has definitely saved me time when it comes to deleting in both mailboxes!

I still need to do some work on my primary email box. When I just logged into unroll.me, here is what I saw!

I only just started working on that email address so I guess I know what I will be finishing up during the rest of nap time!

I’m looking forward to spending more time using the Unroll.me service. Not all email services are currently supported but you can stay updated on future developments by connecting on Facebook or on Twitter @unrollme!

Which email address would you clean up with Unroll.me?

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Mariah is a former teacher and mother of a rambunctious little boy living in The Woodlands, Texas. She recently welcomed a little girl into the family and is learning how to balance a toddler and an infant! She works every day to figure out how to balance all of her roles and figure out her formula for being mom! She can also be found at Mommy Mindset Media, Disney DIY and Noise Girls.

Comments

  1. Just like you, I have tons of newsletters from reading blogs, entering giveaways, and keeping up with blogs. I haven’t ever unsubscribed because I just kinda felt bad about doing it. Until now…and 6000 emails waiting to be seen!!

    As a side note, I’m so sorry for your loss and it must be so painful to get an email from someone looking for her. Bless you – HUGS!!
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  2. I can’t wait until Yahoo is supported so I can clean it up!

  3. I can definitely relate. I am heading to check out this service because I need help!
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  4. Those are some cool results. Love it
    Lena – @elenka29 recently posted..Science of Snacking – Review

  5. It looks great. I just tried it and it doesn’t support yahoo.com yet. I’ll be happy when it does because that is my email box that I get the most “junk” in and really look forward to being able to “unjunk” it. lol
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