— Unroll.Me (@Unrollme) January 18, 2019
Unroll Me offers users freedom from unwanted emails. Unroll Me is offered as a free service by Rakuten Intelligence. Rakuten uses Unroll Me subscribers’ commercial emails to track marketing trends. Rakuten’s clients do not have access to Unroll Me subscribers’ private information. The technology Rakuten uses can differentiate between commercial and private correspondences.
What Unroll Me Does
You open your email and find a long list of wanted emails and unwanted emails. Now, you go down the list of missives separating the chaff from the wheat one at a time. With Unroll Me you can go through your emails faster.
The Roll Up
Unroll Me unclutters your inbox by enabling you to unsubscribe from unwanted emails. The emails you want to keep receiving are divided between your inbox and the “Roll Up“. The Roll Up is a compendium of the emails the subscriber is most interested in reading.
Joining Unroll Me
To subscribe you first go to the Unroll Me website. Next, you click the pale blue “Get Started Now” button. You are presented with a listing of the most popular email providers.
I chose my G-mail account.
Continuing the Enrollment Process
After selecting your email provider you accept the terms of service. The email address and password for the subscriber’s email is also the email and password for Unroll Me. To continue you click “Allow” to grant Unroll Me access to your email account. You will read a description of how to unsubscribe from an emailing(s) and click “Got It!”
Click “Awesome” after reading an explanation of the Rollup. The next button you click will read “Cool”. The number of emails in your inbox will appear and you will click “Start Editing”. You will choose how to manage emails by clicking “Add to Rollup”, “Keep in Inbox,”, or “Unsubscribe”.
Unroll Me simplifies finding desired emails and stops unwanted emails. In exchange for the free use of Unroll Me Rakuten Intelligence tracks subscribers’ commercial emails to conduct marketing research. Private email correspondences are not read.