Unroll Me Review

Many of us find ourselves falling behind on their email inbox in our digital world. Nearly everything has to go through our emails. Whether it is our favorite subscription service letting us know they have charged us for the month or even a local storefront requesting our email at the checkout register in order to digitally send a paperless receipt, these changes to our electronic-dependent world are inevitable and will only become more wide spread as time moves forward. That is where Unroll Me comes in, the up-and-coming email unsubscription service.


Unroll Me is certainly an unusual although necessary platform that can scan and sort your emails, then provide a comprehensive overview at the end to help you find your way through the mess that is your inbox quickly and efficiently. It is compatible with any email client of your choosing and can scan thousands of emails in minutes. This overview is called your Rollup. You can choose to schedule it for morning, afternoon, or night or you can request it at any time.


Although the service does not have a 100% success rate when sorting emails, the features it showcases are extraordinarily promising. The Rollup conveniently separates your emails to make for an easy, seamless browsing experience. Repeated emails from subscription services will be separated from important emails that may need individual attention. The service is not only capable of categorizing your emails, however it can also sort them by time received.


All in all, I find this to be a very useful service for people to give a try. If you are a person who makes a lot of online purchases, that can lead to multiple emails from the same companies. Constant receipts, advertisements, subscription notifications, etc. Unroll Me will help you keep your inbox organized and under control in the midst of all those emails. People who work or go to school will also find this service to be of great use to them. Messages from your colleagues and classmates will be separated from unimportant emails at the press of a button. Based on Unroll Me’s performance and design, I recommend giving this service a try.



Jojo Hedaya: Running a Startup May Look Promising but That Doesn’t Mean It Is For You

If you are like everyone else, you definitely know the nightmare associated with trying to find important emails deeply buried within your junk mail. To make it better or worse, you don’t really want to get rid of the junk mail because it could have just the deal you have been waiting for. What are you to do in such a situation?Jojo Hedaya has the perfect solution.

Jojo Hedaya, the COO and Cofounder of Unroll.Me, has the perfect solution for you. His company offers a simple email organization tool which separates important emails from newsletters, subscriptions, and updates. By scanning through your inbox within seconds, Unroll.Me creates “The Rollup,” a single email compilation of all your subscriptions. The best part is you set at what time “The Rollup” gets to your inbox depending on when it is most convenient for you. You can also unsubscribe from all the subscriptions you are not interested in with a single click.

As a successful entrepreneur, Jojo Hedaya knows that the startup world is brutal and not for the fainthearted. With startups, his advice is simple. Find what you enjoy doing by looking into your strengths and weaknesses, and then go for it. He enjoys creating and maintaining a successful office culture. This passion has seen him through the worst phases of his startup journey by motivating him to remain positive even as he created something whose outcome he was not sure of.

When it comes to the execution phase, Jojo Hedaya drills down on the importance of having the correct skills for the successful implementation of a business idea. Consequently, when it comes to hiring, you should focus on getting the right skills, while also looking at a candidate’s cultural fit with the organization you have created. Additionally, you should pay attention to your competitors but not fear them since execution is what determines your success or not. Lastly, the startup journey is not for everyone. If it’s something you would rather not do, you are better off getting a job since the startup journey comes with grueling downs if you are not psychologically prepared for it.

Born on December 30, 1989, Jojo Hedaya attended a private Jewish high school before going to college. Although he never graduated from college, he believes he could go back and finish at some point. However, he believes the experience he has gained running Unroll.Me is better than a college education. Under his leadership, Unroll.Me has gained millions of users over the past five years. Jojo Hedaya now leads product development at Unroll.Me while also watching the operations side of the business.