Unroll.me, an email hosting program that organizes and prioritizes e-mail inboxes, recently revealed that its solution is ideal to manage holiday e-mail overload.
Newly released reports anticipate that later this year there will be an increase in online holiday shopping, which will ultimately increase the amount of e-mails individuals are sending and receiving. According to findings, online holiday shopping is expected to increase by 17 percent this year, creating more e-mail clutter than usual.
Josh Rosenwald, founder of Unroll.me, said that it seems that the holiday season begins to clutter the inboxes sooner and with much higher volume each year. “This year, I hope users try Unroll.me as it is a simple and easy solution to keeping yourself organized throughout the holidays and as we enter the New Year,” Rosenwald said in a statement.
When leveraging this email hosting solution, users can easily manage their inboxes and avoid being overwhelmed by an array of daily deals and online subscriptions. In fact, this offering boasts the functionality needed to compile daily deals, social networking updates and newsletter e-mails into only one e-mail a day. Moreover, unroll.me enables users to unsubscribe to unwanted mail through one simple click.
Gray Mail is defined as solicited bulk e-mail messages that don't fit the standard definition of e-mail spam. These kind of e-mails now account for nearly 82 percent of all e-mail and sifting through it now takes the average person more than a half an hour each day. In addition to eliminating much of this congestion, Unroll.me also to enables people to see important messages sent from friends, family and business associates first.
Unroll.me is a free email hosting program offered to Gmail, Google (News - Alert), and Yahoo email users and serves as a way to much less complexly organize the daily influx of e-mails.
Edited by Jamie Epstein