There are emails from friends, family, your court reporting firm (Cady, of course) alumni newsletters, deals, ads, things that you don’t even remember signing up for or even know what they are – are you exhausted yet? I am. With the overwhelming barrage of emails we all get, unsubscribing can be another completely daunting task. If you have given in and just delete them as they come, you might not be doing the worst thing.  Before unsubscribing to all of your annoying emails, think about reading this short article:

5 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU UNSUBSCRIBE

If you still want to unsubscribe from your emails, here are 3 tools that have gotten good reviews from users:

Unroll.me is a tool that instantly lets you see (in a list) all of your subscriptions so that you can select which ones you’d like to keep and which ones you no longer want. The email subscriptions you do want to keep, you can have them all delivered to you at once in what they call their “Rollup” email.  It only comes to your inbox once per day, and only contains what you want it to.

Unlistr: Clean Up is a tool that takes more upon itself.  It is an email productivity program that helps you select and then automatically unsubscribe from all of the emails that you don’t want to receive. Unlistr’s technology is patent-pending.  It relays unsubscribe requests when safe to do so (see above article), processes unsubscribe links and performs other automated unsubscription tasks.

Unsubscriber is a “dead simple” tool that sets up a special folder in your inbox. The user simply drags unwanted messages to the folder and they are unsubscribed and blocked from making further appearances in your email.

Happy digital decluttering from all of us at Cady Reporting!