Twobird tips: instantly unsubscribe from unwanted newsletters

Newsletters are a major cause of inbox clutter. Fortunately, Twobird can help.

Are you overwhelmed with email newsletters? With Twobird, you can view and manage subscriptions, all in one convenient place, and unsubscribe from dozens of subscriptions with a single click. Check out this video to see how you can do it:

To get started, click on the “Unsubscribe” button in the side panel. Twobird will then compile a list of subscriptions you might want to unsubscribe from. (Depending on how many subscriptions you’re subscribed to, it might take some time for Twobird to find them all.)

Once all your subscriptions have been identified, you can look through them to assess which ones you want to unsubscribe from, or stay subscribed to. By default, all the subscriptions will be selected. Go through and click any senders that you want to stay subscribed to. When you’re ready, simply click the “Unsubscribe” button in the top right corner. You’ll now be unsubscribed from all those mailing lists!

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