Matt Navarra
Matt NavarraSocial media consultant. Facebook geek

What is the best bulk / auto email newsletter unsubscribe tool?

I have tried a lot of bulk/auto unsubscribe email tools in the past year, but none have been great. Does anyone know of a truly powerful and efficient one that works well?
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    Unroll.me

    Clean up your inbox

    Mohammed Rafy
    Mohammed Rafy5All things Community · Written
    It was a good tool until they manage to screw up.
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    Nick Abouzeid
    Nick Abouzeid37Partner @ Shrug Capital · Written
    Still a useful tool - they use your anonymized data to do market research. If you're comfortable with that (and I am), definitely worth it.
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    Mohit
    MohitDeveloper - Product - UX - Mobile - SF · Written
    Just FYI : They sell your email data and were not upfront about it initially until news about Uber started using them to track Lyft customers and their habits
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    Gmail Unsubscriber

    Open source alternative to Unroll.me for Gmail

    I am trying to make a big personal shift towards decentralized or open source services, and I love that I can use this without entrusting anyone else with my sensitive data.
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    Mohammed Rafy
    Mohammed Rafy5All things Community · Written
    The tagline defines the tool.
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    Zane Taylor
    Zane TaylorFounder, Totally · Written
    Easy, private, & self-contained.
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    Unroll.Me for iOS

    Unsubscribe from emails with a single swipe

    Melissa Zee
    Melissa ZeeManager of Social Media, NBOA · Written
    Kind of like Tinder for email unsubscribes
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    • 👓 DearMishu ❤️
      👓 DearMishu ❤️Authentic Influencer

      Unroll is awesome - I’m getting so many subscribed emails and don’t have the time to say NO to those mailing lists. Unroll.Me iOS was installed and does it automatically for me, so healthy and efficient!

    • Been using Unroll.me since it first came out, but their data sharing practices are straight dystopian. Avoid at all costs