We get a huge number of junk emails, daily. They are promotional messages sent by the companies, websites and marketing agencies to keep you updated with their latest news and offers. Most of them are irrelevant to us. But still, they fill your inbox unnecessarily and hide some important emails that you are waiting for in between them. As a result of that, you may miss a critical message from a client company or boss.
If you are not familiar with online marketing strategies, may ask why such emails arrive in my inbox?
We give email IDs in websites, social media platforms and community forums for various purposes like registration, subscription, etc. They will send you periodical subscription emails either daily or weekly basis to let you know about the latest happenings in the site.
Marketing companies will also collect your email address using autonomous software and will sell it to other parties or send you promotional newsletters for their clients. Why?
To sell products or drive traffic to the connected website.
In this post, I will tell you how to handle such junk emails.
How to handle the junk emails you receive?
Sign into your email account and open an email that annoying you.
There will be an ‘Unsubscribe’ link, next to the sender’s email address on the top. Click there. It may lead to open a new browser tab where you need to confirm the unsubscription.
When finished, you will see a confirmation message and Google will seek your permission to move the annoying email to the Spam folder. Click on the button.
Follow this step for all junk messages you receive. Sometimes, the ‘Unsubscribe’ link will appear at the bottom of the emails or with similar phrases like ‘opt-out’, ‘notification preferences’ etc.
If you don’t have time to unsubscribe each and every email, there is a simple app is available to work for you and clean up the inbox. It is known as Unroll.me which will work with popular email services including Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, and AOL.
Visit this link and grand it required permissions to access your email account. It will collect the details of your subscription emails within short moments and display them with options to unsubscribe, Rollup and Keep in.
Rollup is another interesting feature of the tool that combines all your favorite subscriptions into a daily digest email and sends it at the time of your choice. Unroll.me monitors your email account regularly and notifies with newly detected subscription emails once a month. If you want to opt-out, visit https://unroll.me/a/settings to delete your account.
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