According to Lifewire.com at Fascinating Email Facts the average office worker in the US receives over 121 emails a day, and many business pros get over 4 times that
amount, which represents a lot of wasted time. .
One course you can be a devout deleter, but manually deleting takes time.
One way to avoid a lot of emails is to unsubscribe to the countless lists and email subscriptions out there.
But did you ever notice that it takes less than a minute to subscribe to a list but seemingly 10 minutes to unsubscribe? Then consider a free service called Unroll Me.
Unroll Me, which works with Outlook, Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo and AOL Mail is an app
that scrolls through your inbox, finds all subscription mails, and allows you to delete
subscription of unwanted mails with the flick of a mouse.
Meanwhile, if you currently do enjoy a subscription, rather than them showing up within your inbox, the emails go into a special roll-up folder which provides a written
digest of all wanted but nevertheless email cluttering mails.
Using roll-up prevents a lot of distractions.
When you use Unroll Me to unsubscribe to an email list, within 24 hours, a properly formatted “request to unsubscribe” message is sent to the originator of the list, and even if by some chance the unsubscription isn’t recognized, Unroll Me’s software will
block the emails from getting into your inbox.
And Unroll Me is reversible, you can subscibe one minute and then unsubscribe the next.
To subscribe to Unroll Me, simply go to either the Google Play or Apple App Store.
Unroll Me isn’t the panacea for a bloated email box, as ultinately, more than 50 percent of all emails on the web are considered spam. But it’s a great start.