[vc_row][vc_column][trx_quote cite=”#” title=”Mandy Green”]If you have too many newsletters cluttering up your inbox like I did, you should unsubscribe from lists you no longer wish to be on.[/trx_quote][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]
Mass Unsubscribe From Newsletters
f you have too many newsletters cluttering up your inbox like I did, you should unsubscribe from lists you no longer wish to be on. The hard and long way to do this is to open each unwanted message one by one as they come in and click the “unsubscribe” option within. A more efficient way would be to use one of the many mass unsubscribe tools out there on the market.
Unroll.me is what I use. Connect your work email to Unroll.me, and the site goes through your inbox to find subscription emails. Unroll.me will then present you a list of email addresses that look to be subscriptions and ask you if you want to unsubscribe or “add to Rollup.” Click unsubscribe and you’ll no longer get that email. If there are some subscription emails you’d still like to get, you can combine all those into a single email digest (called your Rollup).
Unroll.me does a pretty decent job of catching all those subscription emails, but a few still slip through the cracks. Another thing you can do is use your inbox’s search function and search for “unsubscribe.” That should bring up most of the subscription emails you get and then it’s just a matter of going through them and unsubscribing from the ones you no longer want to receive.
To prevent email cluttering up your work email in the future, it might be a good idea to set up a “burner email” that you can give to websites or companies that require an email from you to access their service. MailDrop is an excellent service for creating email addresses for those times you don’t want to give out your real one.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]