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Use Unroll.me To Declutter Your Inbox
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Use Unroll.me To Declutter Your Inbox

Tell me what is the total number of unread emails in your Gmail inbox? I am not just asking about the 'primary inbox', but the combined inbox including 'updates', 'promotions', 'social' and 'forums' tabs. If the number is over 1,000 then you certainly need to get your inbox under control, especially if this is your primary email account.

One of the most important steps you should take to declutter your inbox is to 'unsubscribe' from all the subscriptions e-mails you have accumulated over the years. You need to begin by clearing the foam -get off the list of every website or apps, news sites and blogs you gave your email address to. After this first step of decluttering your inbox from unnecessary newsletters, sale promotions, and other useless updates, go to unroll.me.

The service called Unroll.me works well to ease your inbox woes. Head over to the Unroll.me website and signup with the email account you want to declutter. Unroll.me will display all the services from which you are getting emails in a simple list.

You are provided with three options: roll up, unsubscribe, keep in the inbox. The roll up option will combine your newsletters into a single daily digest, while unsubscribe will make sure you won't receive any more emails from the particular service in future. The best part is, you can unsubscribe to all the emails subscriptions you ever registered for from one place in few minutes and enjoy the serenity of 'inbox zero'.

Also Read: T ake Control Of Unwanted Emails With This Simple Trick


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