One-Click Solution to Unsubscribe from All Annoying Email Newsletters
There are times when you subscribe to a newsletter for discount coupons, jobs, real-estate or for some other reason. With time, many of these newsletters start sending junk, and soon your Email inbox gets filled with numerous unwanted spam emails or other promotional stuff.
What’s worse is that some of these services share your email with others and so you are added to new email lists for more spam.
Of course, there is a visible mechanism to unsubscribe from these annoying email newsletters. This is through an “Unsubscribe” link usually buried at the bottom of the message window. In Gmail, you can also look out for the link at the very top of your email. Click that link to unsubscribe from any future communications from that service.
However, it can be quite a tedious task as it will take a good amount of energy and time to find every unwanted newsletter and then unsubscribe from it. But now there is no need to go through all that trouble, thanks to a free service which lets you see the list of all email newsletters you are subscribed to and then helps you unsubscribe from each of them with just one click.
Unroll.me is a free web-service which connects with your Email account, and shows you the list of all Email newsletters you are subscribed to. The service also offers the “Rollup” feature, using which you combine all your important newsletters into one single digest. This consolidated email called the Rollup appears in your inbox every day at the time you choose.
[Unroll.me] Steps to Unsubscribe from Email Newsletters
Here’s all you need to do to unsubscribe from all your annoying Email newsletters using Unroll.me:
Step 1: Go to Unroll.me and enter your email address.
Step 2: On the next page, it will ask you to authenticate Unroll.me to access your Email account. Log in to your Email account and authenticate the service.
Step 3: After authentication, it will start scanning your inbox and you will see a progress bar.
Step 4: Once Unroll.me finishes scanning your inbox, it will ask you to click on “Continue to next step” where you will see the list of all subscribed email newsletters.
Step 5: You will see two options in front of every newsletter: you can either Unsubscribe from that newsletter or you can add it to Rollup.
It will take you few minutes to unsubscribe from all Email newsletters, but it’s worth your time as it will save you from a lot of headache in the coming days.
One thing which is worth mentioning here is that, unsubscribing from the newsletter doesn’t mean it will also delete your old emails. They will stay in your Email inbox.
In a nutshell, Unroll.me is a great blessing for those looking to get rid of tons of unwanted email subscriptions, or those scared of that “Subscribe” button. You just need to use the service once in a while and it will undoubtedly give you a peace of mind.
Gohar is the lead editor at TechFrag. He has a wide range of interests when it comes to tech but he's currently spending a big chunk of his time writing about privacy, cyber security, and anything policy related.