Inboxes that are filled with unwanted emails are a frustrating part of business life, but Unroll.me has found a way to make things far simpler. People spend about 1/3 of their work days reading and responding to emails, and many of those emails come from subscriptions that the user does not want anymore or never wanted in the first place. Those subscriptions can come from a variety of places, and even if they are sent to the trash or spam folder, they can often find their ways back to the inbox. Unroll.me is the permanent solution to that problem.
If a user no longer wants to hear from the subscription, Unroll.me will permanently delete it. There may be subscriptions that the user does want to receive emails from, but they come in a way that is disorganized. Unroll.me helps the user set up folders to put those emails into. The user can decide the amount of folders along with the topics. There can be as many folders as is needed. Future emails can then be found in the relevant folders. It is as easy as swiping left or right to place the emails into the folders, and the process only needs to be done once. There may even be subscriptions that the user wants to see more often. That can be done through Unroll.me.
Unroll.me uses the same swipe left, right, up and down system that many other apps use. Unroll.me can be used outside of the office. Most people check and respond to emails on the go, and Unroll.me can be used on all Android and iOS devices. There is finally a way to save time and energy sorting through inboxes. It is the easy to use and permanent way to spend less time on unwanted emails for good.
Jojo Hedaya founded Unroll.Me. He is also the CEO of Unroll.Me. On top of his role as the CEO, he also guides through the operations and development of products for Unroll.Me. The Unroll.Me mission is being driven by his passion for simplifying and coming up with the process of email unsubscribes so to assists its users take control over their inboxes.
In 2014, Slice Technologies acquired Unroll.Me and it has grown successfully since its inception. Unroll.Me has been featured in the App store where it has gained a top ten position in entire ranking. It has also made it appearance in hundreds of new stories. Unroll.Me has acquired itself millions of users for the last five years. This has been achieved through Jojo’s leadership.
Unroll.Me is an organization tool for emails. The Unroll.Me works by scanning the entire inbox in seconds and it brings up together a person’s all subscriptions to one email. This single email is referred to as The Rollup. From here, a person can scroll through their entire subscriptions and if they come across something that they do not like, one can unsubscribe with just a single click.
The most interesting part with this Unroll. Me is that a person can choose the time when The Rollup comes into their inbox. If a person is interested to check his or her subscriptions during lunch hours, they can do so by setting the time to noon hours.
Jojo says that it took them less than two months to come up with the initial version. He also adds that their initial version did not function well at all. He also says that despite all its disadvantages, Lifehacker and The Next Web featured Unroll.Me and this gave rise to new sign ups that added up to thousands.
Jojo and Josh says that one need to do something they are in love with. You have to come up with something if you need to come up with that something. You also need to come up with a plan before beginning and also come up with goals that will lead to your success.
2019 is all about reclaiming our time and practicing a little self-care. Cleaning up your email inbox is a great start. Every day over 180 billion emails are sent worldwide. With almost 50% of companies using some form of email marketing we are flooded with advertisements, reminders of abandoned carts and newsletters, and many of us have unknowingly opted in to receive them. Unroll.me wants to change that.
Unroll.me is simple. It compiles a list of all of your email subscriptions and lets you decide which ones you don’t need anymore, just swipe left and you are unsubscribed from receiving emails from that company. It also allows you to curate a feed, called a Rollup, of all the subscriptions that you want but don’t need right away. The free app features the popular social media swipe to view model making it easy to only scroll through the subscriptions you want to see. Unroll.me directs all of the subscriptions you want to your Rollup, which is delivered to you once a day at the time of your choosing, keeping them out of your inbox.
Unroll.me values privacy and the algorithms focus only on commercial and transactional emails.Your personal information and any other information that could be used to identify you are encrypted. Unroll.me then uses the anonymous information of millions of users to create graphs and statistics to provide companies with real and accurate industry trends. Your personal information is never included in that data.
Unroll.me won’t replace the need to check your email, but it will save you time by cutting down the number of emails in your inbox daily. Your Rollup is a great way to keep up with your favorite subscriptions so you never miss a great content from your favorite companies.
Unroll.me is free and is available for both Android and Apple devices.
Class Dojo, an application that focuses on the development of communication between elementary school parents and teachers, recently conducted a survey that sought to gauge the reaction of students in classrooms where the company’s application has been utilized. According to Class Dojo representatives, student reaction to the application’s implementation has been overwhelming positive. Teachers in elementary classrooms have reported that students who used the Class Dojo application felt more engaged with the particular lesson that interacted with the app, experienced a higher level of responsible attitudes because of the application’s focus on parental involvement, and showed a higher capacity for tackling difficult subjects.
Higher Engagement With Specific Lessons
Class Dojo representatives reported finding pleading results after viewing the portion of the survey that involved student engagement. Teachers who participated in Class Dojo’s survey reported that students who used the application during the teacher’s coverage of a new subject matter experienced higher levels of engagement than students who did not use the application. Class Dojo representatives stated that this increased level of engagement is likely caused by the application’s integrative educational software. This software was designed to help students to connect classroom activities with virtual concepts thereby creating a deeper level of engagement for Class Dojo app users.
Higher Level of Responsible Attitudes
Class Dojo representatives also described impressive results with the portion of the survey that measured student levels of responsibility during course work completion. According to the participating teachers, students who used the Class Dojo application during class experienced noticeable levels of increased awareness of parental expectations. Class Dojo representatives stated that the application’s focus on parental involvement causes students who use the app to perform better. Because students are aware that their parents will have instant access to the course work completed while the application is open, they are better motivated to work to capacity.
Higher Capacity for Tackling Difficult Subjects
Teachers who participated in Class Dojo’s educational survey also reported improvements in student ability to master difficult subjects. During this section of the survey, teachers measured their students’ handling of various subject matters during application use agains the same students’ handling of the subjects while the application was not in use. The results showed that the Class Dojo application successfully assisted students with the ability to grasp unfamiliar subjects. Class Dojo representatives stated that the company will be competing additional research in an effort to continue to make improvements and assist the public school system.