Email cleansing software is a recent trend for internet users. This is because of the inclusion of subscription emails. Subscription emails are services users opt for that allow companies to send them alert messages for various purposes. Companies use subscription software to stay in touch with consumers, alert then of special events, and send them advertisements. Other types of software use subscriptions as well but the yield of such messages can often be more than a user’s inbox can take. This is when email cleansers like Unroll Me pitch in. Unroll Me will not only organize users inboxes, but grants them the ability to unsubscribe from the numerous websites messaging them.
Unroll Me is a free service that users can download onto their devices. It is run online and uses its programming to identify subscription messages. It sifts through and collects all these massages and transports them into a separate file called a Rollup. The main issue many users have with overloaded inboxes is that their actual messages become lost. Unroll Me leaves important messages untouched allowing them to be the only content found in user inboxes. This makes the act of checking one’s email a simpler task.
The Rollup serves a variety of purposes. It holds the emails and grants users an overview of the content they receive. Users can peruse such emails if they wish as well as unsubscribe. The unsubscribe feature cuts down on the influx of mail that is received. This nullifies the major problem users have with subscription emails, the inability to actually unsubscribe. The process is technical and can be overwhelming in the face of a massive influx of messages.
Users can also opt to return emails to their inbox. This feature is useful is the software flags the wrong messages or if some of the subscription mail the user wants to keep. Unroll me is currently in Beta but operates with most email sources. It is applicable to Google Docs, Gmail, and Yahoo Mail. Soon it will be available to AOL users as well.