April 10, 2024
The problem is the same for everybody. Having your e-mail inbox filled with all sorts of irrelevant newsletters which you may have subscribed knowingly or unknowingly. 

It may have been a company that allowed you to download a certain e-Book or something of that nature, but they still send you an email.

Well everybody experiences the same kind of problem provided you are making use of an email account. There is no running away from it. I too had the same problem but mine was even more quiet heartbreaking. 

The unwanted newsletters where sending me like up to five emails per day (5mails/day). 

That was when I started looking for an easy but effective means and clue on how to unsubscribe from all these emails with a few clicks of a button other than doing so one after the other. 

We created a tweet on this; where you can give us your opinion on how it went for you

Unsubscribe to Bulky Useless Email Newsletters

So, without much ado, I bring you a review on a site called Unroll.me. A quite amazing website that will go a long way towards helping unsubscribe from all those unwanted email newsletters of yours.
Unroll.me is a free online service that instantly scans your email account be it Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook etc. and returns the results in a panel where you can be given the chance to unsubscribe from whatever you want to. I will show you a correlative step by step order of how you can do these without experiencing any difficulty at all.

You have
to first visit the website at Unroll.me

Step 2: Next, you have to click on the sign-up button, which you may locate at the top of your device or also on the page.

Step 3: Now you have to enter the email account you want to perform the task on, and don’t forget to Tick/Check the “I agree to terms and privacy policy” button, next click on Continue. 

Step 4: Now a pop-up window appears asking for permission to access your emails and manage your newsletters. Just click on ALLOW and proceed to the next step.

Unroll.me dashboard

Step 5: Next, you are taking to a page or dashboard of Unroll.me where you can click on the “Edit Subscriptions” button at the top right-hand side corner to unsubscribe from all these unwanted emails at once.
Unroll.me subscription page

Well, that was it but I would like to tell you that when subscribing to certain email newsletters online, one has to be careful as some might be super-relevant while some are just not.

So I would like to know your experiences with unsubscribing from irrelevant emails using Unroll.me service by making use of the Comment section. Also, I would be more than willing to help with any difficulty making use of the service.

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