5 killer tips to Unsubscribe from Unwanted and Spamming E-Mails
We all get Unwanted E-Mails daily to Sign Up for various online services. Personally I fed up with lot of junk and spamming unwanted E-mails which I signed up from different websites. Majority of this kinda of mails are some deals and advertisements. I found very effective and simple ways to destroy unwanted emails.
1. Find Unsubscribe Link in E-Mail
Almost every newsletter Email have an Unsubscribe link at bottom(see screenshot). Click on that link and follow the instructions. This is a very easy method to Unsubscribe.
Unroll.me is a free online service that lets you easily unsubscribe from bulk E-mails with a single mouse click. Currently it supports only Gmail and yahoo mail.
To get started with Unroll.me select your Email provider and grant access to check your inbox(Don’t worry, they don’t store your login information) and they automatically create a list of your subscriptions. (see screenshot) Just press Unsubscribe that you don’t want to receive any further emails, they will do the rest.
3.Using Swizzle Inbox
Swizzle Inbox formerly known as Unsubscribr is a web service that scan your inbox and find all newsletters and it lets you automatically unsubscribe. Go to Swizzle Inbox to get started, provide your Email address and it will ask permission to access your Email account, grant permission and it scans and provide a list of Emails to unsubscribe. Finally click on “Unsubscribe” button.
4.Mute the E-Mail
Mute is a very handy option in G-Mail to move away from Email conversations. This is particularly helpful if you see a long discussion happening on a topic that you engaged. If you Mute a conversation the future conversations will moved to Archive folder automatically. To apply mute, Select the mail and select Mute from More actions button
5.Inbuilt Unsubscribe Option in G-Mail
This is only available for GMail users, an inbuilt option in Email to unsubscribe, but this option is only available for some senders. Open a mail, Click Show Details (next to the sender at the top of the message). Now click Unsubscribe from this sender under unsubscribe.(see screenshot)
Personally I found Sizzle Inbox is a better way to Unsubscribe from E-Mails. Which option do you like most? Share your views.