In Handy Tips, we find ways to improve your life and make it easier and explain why these tips work. Today, we will tell you how to deal with all of the newsletters in your email box and unsubscribe from unwanted emails.
If the number of several thousand shines on your mail application icon, it's time to put things in order. We offer you three different, but effective ways to unsubscribe from unwanted email lists quickly and easily. Choose whatever you like.
The first way: traditional
After receiving a letter, scroll down to the bottom and click the Unsubscribe link. The disadvantage of this method is that it will take over a month for you to deal with all emails if the mailbox is clogged, but this is the safest way. Besides, many email clients, including Apple Mail and Gmail, place the unsubscribe feature as a separate button at the beginning of the letter or even in the inbox.
The second way: progressive
Services can do everything for you – go to unroll.me and follow the instructions. You just have to provide the service with access to your mailbox.
The third way: sophisticated
The smart or tricky way is to use macros, which are found in almost any email service. Almost all mailing lists contain the word Unsubscribe in the body of the letter. Set up your email client so that it immediately sends emails with this word to the trash. This way, you will immediately get rid of the already accumulated email junk, and also protect yourself for the future. One significant drawback of this method is that a useful letter can get into the trash if it contains the word Unsubscribe.