An average internet user creates five new accounts every week.
Okay, that was a lie. But the gist of it is quite true. With our lives becoming more reliant on the interweb, managing online accounts has consequently grown more tedious. Most users either live with a swamped inbox or individually unsubscribe to them which can take numerous hours depending on how active you are. To overcome these complications, we present to you “Deseat.me”.
“Deseat.me” allows you to instantly clean up your online presence by wiping up the accounts you don’t feel necessary anymore. Once you connect the respective email account to Deseat’s Web App, it presents you with a list of all the profiles you’ve created ever. From there, you can select the ones you’d like to keep and just remove the rest. The developers have maintained a straightforward interface throughout the process despite how tiresome this can be otherwise.
Moreover, they’ve employed a set of security protocols, and the web app is “built it to run on your computer”. Hence, the only thing Deseat.me knows is what accounts you want to Delete. Since it’s based on the OAuth 2.0 protocol, you don’t need to worry about your losing the login credentials as well.
For getting started with “Deseat.me”, head over to their website and click the “get started” orange button. Then, you’ll have an option to authorize either a Google or an Outlook account. Once that’s done, you’ll have a list of all the accounts, and from there, you can add the particular profile to the delete or the save queue. Lastly, you have to delete items from the queue you just created individually, and that’s it. The whole process will roughly take ten minutes, and at the end of it, you will have a clean account. Additionally, you can also get rid of the “Deseat.me” after this from the “delete this account” link present at the bottom.
That’s all for this article, let us know in the comments section if you’re stuck at some point.
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