How To Unsubscribe From Unwanted Emails In Gmail
Last Updated: August 29, 2021
Emails are very important not only for professional communication but also for receiving updates, news, and managing your accounts. However, we sometimes receive a lot of emails because of subscribing to different newsletters from various businesses—having a lot of ads, even spam, in our emails.
When this happens, it becomes irritating and makes you really want to stop receiving these kinds of emails. You just don’t know how to.
Thus, to help you solve your problem, let me teach you how to unsubscribe from unwanted emails in just 3 easy steps.
1. Open Gmail and click the email from the unwanted sender you want to unsubscribe from.
From your email lists, select the sender you want to stop receiving emails from. Upon clicking, you should see something similar to the picture below.
2. Click “Unsubscribe” beside their email name.
You’ll notice that there’s a gray text below the name of the email sender that says, “Unsubscribe”. Make sure to click it. Yet, note that this only appears when Gmail recognizes that the sender uses an email listing.
3. Make sure to select “Unsubscribe” again on the pop-up that will show on your computer.
When the pop-up shows on your computer, click “Unsubscribe” again to complete the process.
Summing It All Up
When we view different sites, we’re often unaware of what we’re clicking and subscribing to, leading to the reception of a number of spam and unknown ads in our email. To handle this, knowing how to unsubscribe is truly a helpful action.
Now that you know about it, make sure that you follow the steps and work on unsubscribing from your unwanted emails!