How Unroll Me Works

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Unroll Me is a free to use service that allows you to see all your subscriptions and allows you to unsubscribe easily with one click. It is a small company located in New York City, New York. Unroll Me was founded in 2011 by Jojo Hedaya, Josh Rosenwald, Perri Blake Gorman, and Steven Greenberg. Jojo Hedaya and Josh Rosenwald are both CEO of the company. Steven Greenberg was the CTO until he left the company in June of 2012. Perri Blake Gorman is an Advisor. The company was acquired by the online shopper company, Slice Technologies, on November 24, 2014.

Unroll Me is completely free to use. All you have to do is head over to Unroll Me and sign in with your email company accounts such as Yahoo!, Google, Outlook, or AOL. If you do not use one of these companies then just use your email address. The interface couldn’t be simpler as it shows all the subscriptions in a list. Once all of your subscriptions are listed there will be four options for each of your subscriptions in the list. The four options are Unsubscribe, Keep in Inbox, Add to Rollup, and New Items. Just click unsubscribe on any subscriptions you no longer want or need. The ones you want to keep can be left alone with the Keep in Inbox button.

On Unroll Me, the subscriptions you want to keep can also be added to Rollup by clicking that button. The Rollup is a daily digest newspaper of all of your subscriptions that can be received in the morning, evening, or afternoon. You can add or remove subscriptions from the Rollup at any time. There is even an option to change it from a list to a grid. Unroll Me can even let you know every month if new subscriptions have been added. There is a New Items button that has a list of any new subscriptions. This function not only lets you easily see the new subscriptions and deal with them accordingly but can let you know monthly the new subscriptions you have added. This feature is good for spam subscriptions you didn’t know about.

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