Most of us get obscene amounts of e-mails a day. Ones we want - from salutations from friends and family, to the resume you forwarded to yourself from your old computer; Ones we need- bills and overdue library notices; Ones that are nice... on occasion - Groupon and your Mom's 3x a day "you should read this article" links; Ones you never want to open - spam, Facebook notifications and the accusatory "Why did you cancel our product?!" e-mails... and I'm sure the list goes on. And on. And on...
Archiving and deleting e-mails is one thing. Sure, you can create labels and sift through thousands of e-mails from a time long ago, but there is an easier way.
Our favorite e-mail life organizing program? Unroll.me.
The beauty of Unroll.me is its ability to consolidate your themed e-mail into one "digest" e-mail.
Groupon? Living Social? Grouped.
Social media notifications?
Within the groups, Unroll.me has the ability to categorize your information in a "smart" way. Already your inbox can breathe a sigh of relief, with some semblance of organization.
But there's more. One of the coolest parts of this tool is the "one-click unsubscribe" function. No need to sift internally through junk mail trying to find the "unsubscribe" link. Unroll.me figures it out so you don't have to, and will unsubscribe for you.
From this point forward you can chose to put new subscriptions directly into your folders to begin with. This platform works well on a range of devices, including tablets and smartphones.
This is the most efficient inbox de-clutterizer out there. Geek approved. Check it out by clicking here!