Are you tired of deleting these types of emails from your Gmail account? know the trick to unsubscribe and thus prevent advertising messages from reaching you.
If you are one of the people who are not willing to pay for more storage space in Gmail, the most used email platform in the world, then you must take care of even the smallest Kilobyte in your account, since from this year the application will stop being a free service and will share its space simultaneously together with Drive (the cloud) and Google Photos. For this reason, today we will teach you a very useful trick to prevent advertising emails from reaching you. How do I do it? We will explain it below.
Great care! This year Google announced that it will only grant 15 Gigabytes free to all users, which will be shared along with Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos, it means that if you occupy the GB in any of the mentioned platforms it will affect all.
Surely you receive a large number of advertising emails in your Gmail account every day, which offer you different products or services and some weigh more than others due to the fact that they have attachments such as images or PDF documents. You may be wondering when I accept that a company sends me that type of information? Well, sometimes you do it unconsciously when entering a website.
Fortunately, there is a trick to unsubscribe from these messages and thus stop receiving them, and no, the solution is not to mark them as Spam, since if you do they will be stored in that folder. This is a page namedUnroll.me, an online service that will help you know where you have subscribed to your Gmail account, likewise, from the aforementioned website you can remove the permission for these companies to no longer send you advertising emails.
How to prevent advertising mail from Gmail?
From a computer or laptop open Google and search for Unroll.Me.
When you are on the page, click on the option 'Start now'.
Now, you have to choose in which type of account you will carry out the action, it can be Google (Gmail), Yahoo, Outlook, and AOL. This time choose Gmail.
Afterward, the page will ask you to accept its terms and conditions, you have to do it to continue.
The page will automatically start searching for all subscriptions in your account and will tell you how many it has found.
Unroll.Me will take you to a new window where the pages you gave it access to to send you emails will appear and on the right side there will be three options: 'Add to cumulative package', 'Keep in inbox' and 'Unsubscribe', choose the latter.
Done, the subscription has been deleted and from now on you will no longer receive advertising emails that take up storage space.
Do you have problems with Gmail? If the platform works slow or does not load correctly, click here and follow all the steps to solve the problem. In case these solutions have not worked, consult the G Suite Status Dashboard to see if there are any known issues with Gmail.