This article describes the various ways to tackle those email newsletter subscriptions and suggest how to unsubscribe to unwanted emails with ease.
Although there are many spam emails all over the Internet these days. For some of these unwanted emails, we subscribe to it unknowingly, others come in from senders that may have scraped our email ID from the internet. In cases where you are sure the emails are spam, you could simply click on the ‘spam button’.
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How difficult is it to Unsubscribe from a Newsletter?
So you need to unsubscribe properly. It’s only fair to the newsletter owner. You subscribed voluntarily so you shouldn’t mark the newsletter as spam – unless it actually is spam of course.
How to properly tackle Spammers
Alternatively, you can filter out the spam messages and emails to the trash bin, so you never have to see them again.
However, if you simply want to keep your email account clean by removing some newsletters, here’s is how to do it.
Assign Newsletters To a Particular Gmail Label
By default, Gmail may assign certain types of emails in the categories section, which features primary, promotions, socials etc.
Alternatively, you can create a newsletter label and assign each newsletter sender to it individually. This allows you a better control.
Unsubscribe from Newsletter in Gmail
To Unsubscribe From each newsletter in your Gmail account, look for the unsubscribe button or link on the page. Clicking the link will automatically stop any emails from the newsletter.
Moreover, properly organizing your emails by separating your newsletters from your primary emails gives your page a clean look. You can easily navigate to the newsletter you want to subscribe from, and also block any junk or unwanted emails.