Subscription emails can be a pain in the virtual keister. From digital advertisements to frequent alerts from various programs a person’s inbox can be bogged down with thousands of unimportant emails. The problem this creates is that important emails are swallowed up, overlooked, or accidentally deleted in a user purge. No one wants to spend an hour sifting through a subscription haystack for that one important needle, which is why the trend for today is letting someone else do it. Enter Unroll.me and its inbox cleaning services.
An inbox cleaning service is email software that separates important messages from digital fodder. The idea is for users to view their emails faster and with less hassle. Instead of cherry picking the wheat from a flood of chaff, a user’s important emails are the only ones displayed in their inbox. Unroll.me accomplishes this task by organizing inboxes by subscription.
Basically, it finds any emails that fit the category of subscription and places them in a portfolio called a “Rollup”. The Rollup catches these emails and holds them for later perusal. All the important emails are left alone and thus become the only emails visible in a user’s inbox. The subscription emails are not deleted so the user can peruse them later if they want to.
Unroll.me allows users to either send these emails into their inbox, or unsubscribe so the company sending them will stop messaging. In some cases Unroll.me will pick up the wrong email. Luckily, as the emails are not deleted the user can retrieve them and send them back. The software is accurate, however, so such problems will be a few.
Unroll.me is free to use and requires simple setup. All users have to do is download the application. Once it has finalized it will start to work. Unroll.me can be programed to scan during certain times of the day. It gives users a thorough accounting of their inbox and immediately ends out their subscription emails to their Rollup.