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  • Writer's pictureRobert Christopher

#WorkLifeHack 23. #Unsubscribe: Remove Yourself From Email Lists You Don’t Read


Reducing email clutter by unsubscribing from newsletters or promotional emails you don’t read can make your inbox more manageable.


Steps:


1. Identify Unwanted Emails: Look through your inbox for subscriptions you no longer find useful.


2. Use Unsubscribe Links: Click on the ‘unsubscribe’ link usually found at the bottom of these emails.


3. Bulk Unsubscribe Tools: Some email services offer tools to unsubscribe from multiple lists at once.


4. Set a Reminder: Periodically review your subscriptions and clean them out.


5. Be Selective: Moving forward, think twice before giving out your email or subscribing to newsletters.


Time and Money Savings: Navigating through a cluttered email can easily consume 5-10 minutes of your day. Unsubscribing from irrelevant lists can save you about 2.5 to 5 hours a month.


Financially, less clutter means fewer temptations to spend on promotions or deals you didn’t need in the first place. Assuming you resist one $20 unnecessary purchase per month, that’s a savings of $20.


Unsubscribing from email lists you don’t read can save you 2.5 to 5 hours per month and around $20 by reducing impulsive purchases prompted by email promotions.


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