Managing email can be tricky business. Companies are working harder than ever to get access to consumers inboxes so they can send them messages. A large percentage of these message come in the form of subscriptions, promotions and other ads. This flood of emails often keeps users from reading the messages that they really need to see. Entrepreneur Jojo Hedaya and his partner Josh Rosenwald have worked tirelessly to create a product that fixes this problem.
JoJo Hedaya and his partner are responsible for Unroll.me. This tool allows users to take control of their inboxes. Unroll.me does a through scan of the users inbox. It then puts together a list of all the subscriptions inside. This list will show up in the users inbox at a time they choose. It doesn’t matter if you pick early mornings or late evening, Unroll.me is designed to work when you want it to. This prevents unnecessary subscriptions from getting in the way of important messages.
So, I’m going to be looking for a New York based CTO to build something cool with me and @teawithlemon in a few months after my trip.
— Zach Inglis 🇲🇾 (@zachinglis) May 4, 2016
Jojo Hedaya and Josh Rosenwald have worked together for quite some time. Their creation, Unroll.me comes as a result of their own experience. Both Hedya and Rosenwald have lots in common. They both grew up in New York. They both have traveled and studied abroad together. This duo even share the same date of birth, December 30, 1989. When these two began working together they noticed a problem. Jojo was sending messages to Rosenwald but was getting no response. What they discovered was that junk mail filled Josh’s email preventing him from getting to the important messages from JoJo. Both Jojo and Josh knew they had to fix this problem. Thus Unroll.me was born.
This program has been in existence for about two years. Jojo Hedaya and his partner have worked tirelessly over time to update this product. The process has not always been easy, but today they are very proud of the work they have done. They are confident it will impact email usage in a major way.