Unsubscribe from Multiple Email Lists – All at one time!
Is this a dream come true? Can you really unsubscribe from many of those newsletters you signed up for all at once? (Not this one though, right?) Unroll.me is one free service that will complete a scan based on your email address and show you the list of all subscriptions. You can log in with your Google, Yahoo, Outlook.com or AOL address or sign up with your email address. I was allowed to unsubscribe from 5 lists without “sharing” the information about Unroll.me on Facebook or some other place.
With Unsubcriber, there’s no new app to download or separate interface to use. It allows you to unsubscribe from senders from right inside your email client. Once you sign in on the Unsubscriber website with your email account, this service adds a new “Unsubscribe” folder to your inbox. Just drag unwanted messages into it, and those senders won’t show up in your inbox anymore. The process is similar in your mobile device’s email app.
All the email senders in this folder are compiled in an Unsubscribed list on the Unsubscriber website, from which you can resubscribe to any email.Unsubscriber is free to use.
Similar to Unroll.me, Unlistrfinds all your email subscriptions and allows you to easily opt out of them on iOS, Android, or in Outlook. It is free for iOS and Android, but there is a $20 annual subscription fee for Outlook.
Tip of the month
Printing from an iPad
The easiest way to print from any iOS device is to use AirPrint. To check if you have an AirPrint printer, click here.
To print using AirPrint, follow these instructions:
Connect your iPad and your printer to the same Wi-Fi network
Find the document, web page or email you want to print.
Click the share button (usually at the top or bottom of the screen) and select “Print.” (OR THE CURVED ARROW)
The printer name will appear. If you have more than one AirPrint printer on your network, select the desired one from the list that appears.
There are other methods if you do not have an AirPrint printer. One of them is Google Cloud Print. It gives you the ability to print by sharing via your Mac or PC. You set this up using your Google Chrome browser.
Open Google Chrome on your PC or Mac, and click on the three dots on the top right, then go to the settings menu.
Scroll to the bottom and click “show advanced settings.”
Scroll down until you see Google Cloud Print, then click “manage.” (If you are not logged in to your Google account, do so now.)
If your printer isn’t a network printer, but instead connects directly to a computer, select “Classic Printers.”
Select “Add Printers,” then check off the printer(s) you want to add.
When done click Add printer(s).
You should get a message saying “Thanks, you’re ready to go!”