There is a lot of confusion that comes with junk emails, and although native email apps have different ways to control these junk emails, the process is often lengthy and sometimes unsuccessful. Fortunately, Jojo Hedaya is the first person to redefine the war against junk emails through his app, Unroll Me. For the last couple of years, the app has not only helped people in regaining control of their inboxes but has also helped people to control what they see and respond. This success according to Jojo Hedaya is his best achievement in the world of offering solutions. The creation of this app according to him is a continuous process and every day is a learning experience for him.
The journey to designing this app according to him was out of a need. According to Jojo Hedaya, there was a time he missed on a couple of important emails, and the main reason was that junk distracted the other party. This challenge was his eureka moment because he realized that he could create a remedy for this problem. Although Unroll Me has grown to other important emailing spaces, the primary motivation of Jojo Hedaya was to get rid of junk emails in people’s inboxes. Currently, the app also helps the user to organize their inbox and therefore improving the emailing experience.
In addition to restoring sanity in his inbox, Jojo Hedaya realized that his daily schedule is different from everybody else. This realization challenged him to create a more customized email app that is adjustable depending on one program. The app allows users to change how often to receive their emails and according to pundits, this freedom helps people to have control over their emails and subscriptions. When a user has control over what they can see, they can easily plan for their day, and according to Hedaya, it is now impossible to miss that important email.
Lastly, the founder points out that Unroll Me is always in constant redesigning. Jojo Hedaya acknowledges that the world of technology is growing and new challenges are continually coming up. This growth according to him put him in a position to develop as a profession and also as an innovator.