Communication via the use of emails is one of the best as you can access it everywhere. These messages sometimes are disturbing as they begin filling up your inbox and eventually an icon containing a three-digit pop in your screen to notify you of the up-surging number of unread emails. However, the big question is how can one filter these emails so that you can retain what is important and discard the rest.
It poses a challenge as sometimes you may find that some of the important messages are deep inside the junk emails. It is not advisable to completely get rid of the spam emails as you can find them useful at later date. At times Jojo Hedaya used to complain that his partner in business was not replying his emails simply because he couldn’t locate them. The problem of having too much spam emails in his inbox motivated Jojo Hedaya to come up with a solution to this menace by creating an application known as Unroll Me. This application was to be used as an email organizing tool.
According to his partner Unroll me was developed out of the frustrations that many people were going through. He also confirmed that more than 80% of the emails in our inbox are spam and they include emails such as newsletters, updates, and subscriptions. Therefore, they had to come up with an application to solve this. This application analysis all the emails in seconds and groups them into various categories which is referred to as Rollup. After the analysis is done, one can be able to go through all his subscriptions and also unsubscribe from those active subscriptions that are unnecessary.
After Unroll Me was successfully launched in the market, Slice which is a shopping and package tracking application acquired this firm. The firms, however, however, did not disclose the details of this acquisitions. Under the leadership of Jojo Hedaya, Unroll Me had managed to acquire more than 1.3 subscribers to this service. This was an impressive performance as it only had about 100000 users by August 2013. Currently, Unroll Me has its headquarters in New York and it is run as a subsidiary firm of Slice which is run by Rakuten.