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Swipe to unsubscribe and clean up your inbox with Unroll.Me

Swipe to unsubscribe and clean up your inbox with Unroll.Me

Getting Stuff Done
November 5, 2015

How many emails do you wake up to each morning? And, of those emails, how many are ones you actually want? Many of us sign up for newsletters or websites and are then bombarded constantly with these emails which push the important ones out of view. A new app called Unroll.Me gives you a way to unsubscribe to emails, declutter your inbox, and roll up those messages you do want into a daily digest.

 Unroll.MeUnsubscribing with Unroll.Me

You start by adding your email address and more accounts can be added later. Unroll.Me currently supports Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo! Mail, AOL, iCloud, and The app will then search through your inbox and provide you a list of messages that fall into the newsletter-type category. You then just swipe to the left to unsubscribe or to the right to keep the message. This takes the work out of having to go through a manual process to get rid of needless emails.

Take a look at this video of Unroll.Me and just click here if you cannot view it:

Rollup daily digest

In addition, you can use the Rollup feature to compile emails into a daily digest. You do this by swiping upward on those emails you want to include. Other options for the Unroll.Me Rollup feature include a notification when your daily Rollup is ready and the ability to have it delivered in the mornings, afternoons, or evenings.

Unroll.MeGreat concept

The Unroll.Me app is a terrific idea for cleaning up all those emails. The ease of unsubscribing is awesome, especially since I recently spent too much time doing this manually for one of my email accounts. And, the Rollup feature is a super idea that should definitely help to manage and declutter my inbox.

Unroll.Me is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and available for free on the App Store. So, it is definitely worth trying out if you have way too many emails and not enough time to unsubscribe and organize them yourself.

In other news today, see: Facebook’s ‘Music Stories’ give you a whole new way to share or Flickr now supports 3D Touch and Spotlight Search.

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