Many people can become frustrated with receiving too many e-mails. Much of the e-mails people receive are things that they wind up deleting. This constant deleting of e-mails can make one’s already busy day even more busy. After deleting the junk e-mails one’s email is again up to date with only the important stuff. Then the junk e-mails start to pile up again. What is one to do to deal with this frustrating problem. A man named Jojo Hedaya has come up with an answer to this. It is Unroll.Me.
Unroll.Me is an e-mail organizational tool. This tool is able to scan one’s inbox in just seconds and puts all the new emails into one e-mail which is known as the Rollup. One can then quickly scroll down and unsubscribe to e-mails that are not wanted in only one click. The Rollup can be set for a certain time that is convenient to go through this process. Jojo Hedaya came up with this idea out of his own frustration with dealing with this problem. Jojo also attended Boston College but was not able to achieve graduation. He says he did get a lot out of attending the college anyway and the experience has greatly helped him in life.
The new version of Unroll.Me has a better dashboard to work with. One can unsubscribe or resubscribe. One can already accomplish this by using a companies website but Unroll.Me speeds up the process involved and simplifies it. Jojo Hedaya has helped to make life a little easier for many people.
— Jack Dweck (@jackdweck) August 5, 2016
Unroll.Me is a New York based start up. The e-commerce and package tracking app known as Slice is located in Palo Alto. Slice has acquired Unroll.Me for an undisclosed sum. In September of 2018 a company from Japan called Rakuten Acquired Slice. Rakuten wants to introduce new technology to the field of e-commerce. Jojo Hedaya had a very good idea in mind when he came up with Unroll.Me. Many people and companies are interested in the idea. At this time there are no plans to change the platform of Unroll.Me. The companies headquarters still remain in New York.