Hey ! does anyone remember that for how many websites we have subscribed for in recent years and no longer in touch with them or use them?? Well the answer is mostly A LOT of websites we all have subscribed for using our email address and now we don’t know the list we just remember only few websites which we use on daily basis.

Well If you want to get to know the list of websites which you have subscribed for using your email address and wanted to delete your associated accounts from some websites then it is possible now with just a single click of a button yeah that’s exactly true thanks to DESEAT.ME.

Swedish developers wille dahlbo and linus unneback created/ founded DESEAT.ME. for all the netizens to manage their online presence.

DESEAT.ME. lets you see all of the websites you’re signed up to or have accounts for and ask if you’d like to delete them or unsubscribe. It asks for your email address and password so it can scan for the sites you’re signed up to.

Dahlbo and Unnebäck said they take the privacy of users seriously and that the program runs on the user’s computer, rather than their servers. And DESEAT.ME. uses Google’s security protocol, which means it doesn’t gain access to users’ log in information.

DESEAT.ME. requires users to have a Google email address that is used for all of your online accounts. DESEAT.ME. works perfectly with most major websites that users would be likely to have accounts with, such as Facebook, Twitter and Evernote, drop box.

How to delete yourself from the internet

1. Go to deseat.me

2. Sign in with a Google email address

Note: Deseat.me requires a Google email address to work properly

3. Now you will see a list of websites you have subscribed for in recent years with this email address you now need to Go through the list of websites and make a decision out of these 3 options: “delete”, “add to delete queue” or “keep”