Do you ever notice that sometimes your email is just overflowing with information that isn’t important to you? Updates to websites you’re only half-sure of what the purpose is. Whiny messages asking you to “Come back, we miss you!” like an insane and clingy ex. All forms of spam email can be frustrating to deal with, because sometimes, something important gets wedged in between those updates to terms of services; Jojo Hedaya wanted to make sure nothing was lost.
In the midst of an age of junk email, where receiving so much of it is considered the norm, Jojo Hedaya set out to find a solution. He saw beyond the bleak cliffs presented to us by a sea of starving companies (or, in some cases, companies that are doing perfectly well). When faced with this issue himself, he had to choose between one of two pathways: ignore the issue or solve it. If he were anyone else, he may have simply went about his day, uncaring of the daily trudge through spam emails.
But he is not anyone else. Jojo Hedaya used his youthful ingenuity and tendency for good ideas to create a workaround. The result is Unenroll.me, an application that allows you interact with various automated emails.
Now, of course, you could simply mark all of these automatic emails as spam, but to do so would require so much effort, and there would always be some new company trying to get you to throw money at them. Plus, who knows, maybe there are a few junk emails that end up grabbing your attention, and you don’t necessarily want to ditch them all. This was Jojo Hedaya’s exact dilemma when he created Unenroll.me with his cofounder, Josh Rosenwald.
Unenroll.me perfectly solves the issue. It compiles a list of every email involving newsletters, subscriptions, or updates and separates them from your regular email. From the folder for junk mail, you can unsubscribe from any email with the simple click of a button. This simple workaround Jojo Hedaya provides is the exact sort of unfiltered brilliance that allows the business world to thrive.