Newsletters, subscriptions, and receipts are all necessary evils that come along with online services and shopping, and they take up a significant amount of space in a lot of people's inboxes. If you've ever signed up for an account on a website, chances are you've gotten an email from them.
If you're sick of seeing them in your email, you can always just unsubscribe from everything to reduce the clutter, but there may be a few subscriptions that you don't want to get rid of.
So, rather than going nuclear with the all-or-nothing approach, there's a service called Azigo that can help you organize the ones you want to keep without ever having to see them in your inbox again.
Azigo turns your newsletters and subscriptions into a sleek, image-focused feed that you'll actually want to read.
Rather than going to your regular inbox, you get an @azigo.com address to send marketing and promotional emails to. If you grant Azigo access to your Gmail account, it will create a folder separate from your inbox where you can view your messages.
When you sign up, Azigo will scan your email to see which services you already subscribe to and let you choose which ones you want messages forwarded from. You can also add new subscriptions from the Explore tab, and if you're getting too many emails from one site, you can either remove it from the list or just silence it for a while.
One of the coolest parts is that once you have an Azigo address, you can use it to sign up for subscriptions instead of your regular email address. You can also change your existing subscriptions to your @azigo.com address and mark messages as receipts so you can keep them all in one place.
Overall, Azigo is a nice, visual way to manage the subscriptions you want to keep, and can save you a lot of time cleaning out your inbox. If you want to give it a try, you can head on over to their website and sign up.
Know of any other sites or tricks for managing promotional emails? Let us know in the comments below.
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