How to Stop Indeed Emails for Good

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How to Stop Emails from Indeed: 3 Methods

Do you want to turn off Indeed emails altogether? We’ve outlined three different ways you can do this using the tools you already have at your fingertips.

1. Stop Indeed Emails on Mobile App

If you have the Indeed app on your mobile device, you can stop their messages in just a few steps.

  1. Open the Indeed app.
  2. Go to your account settings.
  3. Update your Email preferences.

2. How to Turn Off Indeed Emails in a Browser

Likewise, you can use your desktop browser to log into your Indeed account and change your email preferences. Here’s how:

  1. Go to Indeed.com and log into your account.
  2. Visit your account settings.
  3. Update your Email preferences. If you cancel some email alerts, Indeed may still send you emails for confirmations, application or job post status, and other messages.

3. Unsubscribe from Indeed emails in your email provider

If you are getting too many Indeed emails, you can unsubscribe directly within an email.

  1. Log into your mail account.
  2. Locate a message from Indeed.
  3. Click on the Unsubscribe link, usually in the footer of the message. Learn how to unsubscribe from emails without a link.
  4. Follow the steps to unsubscribe or update your email preferences.

How to Stop Getting Emails from Indeed Using Clean Email

If you want a faster, simpler approach to cleaning up your email inbox, use an app like Clean Email. The app helps you unsubscribe from multiple senders in just a few clicks.

It supports all major email providers, including Yahoo, Gmail, and Outlook, and you can link multiple email accounts to the app. It’s faster than doing it manually and you have more flexibility in how your messages are organized in the inbox.

How to Unsubscribe from Indeed Emails In Clean Email

Using this app is quick and easy. Here’s how you can simplify the way you unsubscribe from Indeed emails (and other messages, too!):

  1. Launch the app and connect it to your mailbox.
  2. Choose “Unsubscriber” feature from the left panel of the main dashboard.
  3. Choose all newsletters you no longer need, then click “unsubscribe” next to each of them.
Unsubscribe from Indeed emails with Clean EmailUnsubscribe from Indeed emails with Clean Email

Of course, the app can help you easily unsubscribe from Best Buy emails, stop YouTube notifications and other unwanted messages coming from Quora, Uber, Medium, etc.

How To Block Emails from a Specific Domain In Clean Email App

There is another option to stop getting Indeed notifications — block the entire domain. This can be helpful if you have unsubscribed from Indeed mailings but are still receiving messages for some reason.

  1. Launch the app.
  2. Choose the Inbox or All Mail smart view.
  3. In the search box, type in “indeed.com”
  4. Choose “Select All” and choose the Block action.
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This option works for other domains, too. For example, you can use it to stop Twitter emails, notificaions from Amazon, eBay, and more.

Move Indeed Email Notifications to a Dedicated "Read Later" Folder

Clean Email offers users another cool feature if you don’t want to get rid of all Indeed emails completely. Instead, consider moving them to a dedicated Read Later folder so you can keep a cleaner inbox.

  1. Launch the app.
  2. Find your messages from Indeed.
  3. Choose the Read Later option.
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Set an Automatic Rule to Filter Emails from Indeed

Another option if you don’t want to delete these messages is to filter them according to a predefined rules set. Use the rules to mark Indeed messages as unread, archive them, or move them to a specific folder. Learn more about automatic rules here.


Wondering how to unsubscribe from LinkedIn emails, stop Pinterest emails or Etsy notifications? Visit our blog to learn how to clean up your inbox!

Still Have Questions?

How do you stop Indeed emails?

You can unsubscribe at any time by logging into your Indeed account and updating your email preferences. Likewise, you can use a tool like Clean Email to automatically unsubscribe you and remove all unwanted messages from your inbox.

How do you delete Indeed notifications?

You can delete these notifications from your inbox in two ways: first, do an inbox search for all Indeed emails, then select all and delete. Or, use Clean Email to automatically delete Indeed messages without any manual effort. Just set up your rules once and never see these emails again.

How do I change my Indeed email preferences?

You can log into your Indeed account and update your email preferences. If you have specific ways you want your messages to be filtered in your inbox, a better approach is to use Clean Email. You can send Indeed emails to a Read Later folder or other specific folder or even unsubscribe altogether.

How does the Clean Email app stop Indeed emails?

The app uses automation to take specific actions on Indeed emails. Send them to a dedicated Read Later folder instead of your main inbox. Unsubscribe from Indeed emails altogether with just a few clicks. Or set up other rules to filter your messages how you want them.

How can the Clean Email app help me achieve Inbox Zero?

With Clean Email, you have control over where your messages appear in your inbox. Set up custom rules to filter your messages to specific folders. Unsubscribe from unwanted newsletters in bulk to save time and effort. Gain better control over the messages you see, how they’re archived, and how they’re organized in your inbox.

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