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Scroll up for the Rollup

Having way too many emails is always an issue, but in today’s world more and more companies are coming up with the applications or programs to fix that. Unroll Me is a program that helps you organize your email inbox by cleaning up the subscriptions we get via email every day. The idea of this program is fantastic but it still has its kinks that need to be worked out. Unroll Me works with Google Apps, Gmail and Yahoo mail is not currently working with AOL. 

To get started using this program you have to sign up for the free service online and link your email account. From there Unroll Me starts scanning your email to see which subscriptions you receive. It only took a few minutes for Unroll Me to scan a Gmail account that had more than 10,000 messages. If you want Unroll Me on two separate email accounts such as Gmail and Yahoo, then you would have to sign up in two separate accounts on Unroll Me’s website.

Once that is done Unroll Me shows you what they call a Rollup. A Rollup is a list of subscriptions that you receive every day. It is supposed to be able to identify subscriptions versus regular email. However, if a mistake is made it’s quite simple to instruct the Rollup to put certain messages in your inbox. You can also pick when to receive your Rollup for the day. There are three different times to receive it in the morning in the afternoon or at night. But if you would like to check your Rollup during the day at any random time you would just go to that particular folder in your email account. There is a specific folder for which all of your emails go to in order for Unroll Me to scan it to put emails into the Rollup.

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3181014/3-tools-for-easily-unsubscribing-to-emails.html