Effective email management is a critical aspect of a successful business. If you are not careful, you might end up spending a substantial amount of your working hours skimming through subscription emails in the name of looking for a really nice deal, and this doesn’t go well with your productivity.
Thankfully, entrepreneurs are taking advantage of the existing gap in email management, and hence bringing forth useful email organization tools. One such tool is Unroll.Me, founded by two young partners, Jojo Hedaya and Josh Rosenwald. The two co-founders have a lot in common, including the date of birth and their passion for the tech world.
Unroll.Me is designed to help users deal with the mess associated with spam messages. Rather than spend endless hours going through your inbox, it compiles subscription emails into a single email referred to as The Rollup. This way, you can set some time apart to go through your subscriptions, and with a single click, opt out of the ones that don’t make sense to you. One of the greatest advantages of Unroll.Me is that the user can choose when the Rollup hits his/her email. It could be early in the morning, over the lunch hour, or after work hours.
The email organization works with Google Apps, Gmail and Yahoo email accounts. Unroll.Me has since promised to make it possible for AOL and other email service users to utilize this email organization tool – although they haven’t mentioned the launch date.
Unroll.Me is user-friendly. You just need to sign up for the free service on the Internet and then link your email account. Once you are done, Unroll.Me will go live automatically and scan your email account to check the subscription emails that usually hit your inbox. If you are doing it for the first time, scanning might run for a few minutes, especially if your Gmail account receives a lot of messages. However, subsequent scans take a few seconds.
If for instance, you have two separate email accounts, say a yahoo account, and a Gmail account, and you wish to monitor them using Unroll.Me, the tool requires that you sign into each account separately on the site.