At the age of twenty-four, Jojo Hedaya has made a name for himself as one of the biggest names in the tech world. Jojo is an award-winning tech genius and the brain behind the website called Unroll Me. Unroll Me is a management service that helps its users organize their email and keep track of their subscriptions as well as the junk in their mail.
The making of Unroll Me
According to Jojo Hedaya, the idea of Unroll Me came when he and his current business partner faced some difficulty in communication. The two would have issues communicating via email as the junk and subscription emails kept important mails from being accessible. This too is an issue for many users. From it, the two partners came up with a tool that would solve the menace. That led to the birth of Unroll Me.
Unroll Me seeks to solve the issue by scanning through user’s inbox in barely a minute and organizes emails into subscriptions and other important emails. What happens is that the emails get sorted into separate emails that in some email tools may appear in two columns. This particular organization service is called the Roll Up service. The service also allows the user to unsubscribe to any subscription with the click of a button.
Unroll me also helps users organize their junk and prioritize their emails.
About Jojo Hedaya
Jojo Hedaya was born and bred in the city of New York. He attended college in Israel. This is where he met his friend, partner, co-founder and co-CEO. The two formed a friendship in college as they were the only two foreigners in their class. They also happen to share the same birth date; December 30th.
Jojo Hedaya went to a private high school that also happened to be Jewish. After Israel, he attended some colleges from which he dropped out. Like his partner, he never graduated from college. To Jojo, experience has more value than a degree. Despite his lack of the latter, he has made it big in the tech world.
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How technology can change industries in the future
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The need for employees to develop their knowledge in technology
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