How do you try new services without getting bogged down with emails?

I always want to try out a service but am hesitant to sign up because I want to keep my inbox clean. What apps or services do you use to avoid this? Maybe temporary email services, or something of the like.
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  1. Ciro S. Costa
    Ciro S. CostaSoftware Engineer @Liferay · Written
    I always use this one. I think is the most known for this kind of purpose when it comes to email
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    Stop giving out your email address

    Willie Morris
    Willie Morris3Formerly Amazon, Boeing, and Faithbox · Written
    The customer support is non-existent, but the service itself does what it's supposed to and has vastly cut down on my trash emails for me.
    • Jude Wang
      Jude WangDesigner

      The Pro plan said it has a feature called instant forwarding, but they never tell you that feature was temporally disabled. I upgrade my account to a Pro Plan which cost $99 an year and I got the worst customer support. The daily digest stop working three times in 2 months and never be fixed without manually contacting the staff. The instant forwarding feature was been temporally stopped and never be fixed since last 2 months. Throttle team also never publish any updates or features in the past 6 months. I would tell my friend don't use this service, it possibly be shut down in this year.

    • Mindsense (the company that made this) has another app called Mail Pilot. As far as I understand, it was a one time paid app which a lot of users have used. People complained about the app being pulled without any prior notification. It doesn't surprise me that they would do something similar for Throttle. Look at the maker's comments about Throttle being "free". Now check their website's pricings, it's not there. Throttle Pro has a feature called Instant Forwarding and it does NOT work. Their Throttle Pro UX3 beta from at least a year ago has not received any updates and the features advertised in the UX3 video are still not found in the current release. $99 for lack of customer support and untrustworthy company, based on the comments that you can find around. Here's another one:

  3. joshua bradley
    joshua bradleyPassionate about making life better · Written
    I use the ability to add "+" to my email address on Gmail to sort out things I don't want to be bogged down with. For example "josh+marketing@..." To sign up for marketing services and filter to a box I can deal with anytime without hitting the inbox.