If however, your answer is yes then I have some good news for you. You can get off those annoying email lists with these 2 ways (Note I am not including the unsubscribe feature of Gmail since this is only for those using it):
The first way is to go to the unsubscribe link that many emails have that usually is at the bottom of the page. It may not be the easiest to find, and you may have to answer why you wish to unsubscribe and confirm that you are sure you want to unsubscribe (“Are you sure you want to unsubscribe?” No, I enjoy these annoying emails. Of course I want to unsubscribe). If the sender is reputable then you are done. I have heard instances where spam emails were sent and once you unsubscribed you got more emails since the sender now knew your email address was valid.
The other way is by using a website Unroll.me It works with all the major email services and most others as well. You need to sign up for an account with your email address. You also need to give Unroll.me permission to view and manage your email and contacts. Unroll.me will scan your emails, looking for those which are subscription based and lists them. You can then: 1. “Add to Rollup” 2. “Unsubscribe” or 3. “Keep in Inbox”. “Unsubscribe” of course is to unsubscribe and “Keep in Inbox” is to make no changes. “Add to Rollup” allows you to combine these senders into a list. On a daily basis you receive an email to your inbox and/or an Unroll.me folder of all those you selected “Add to Rollup” to. This email combines these subscriptions as a digest rather than a separate email from each. It makes your inbox easier to manage. So if you selected 10 email subscriptions to “Add to Rollup” you will receive not 10 emails but 1 email containing the contents of the 10 emails that you would have received separately otherwise. After unsubscribing from 5 subscriptions, you will be asked to log into Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter to comment about Unroll.me before unsubscribing from more email subscriptions. I did this and I also made the post so only I could see it. I then unsubscribed from more lists.
So the next time you are fed up with that those emails and you want to unsubscribe from their mailing lists, try Unroll.me
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