How to deal with "annoying" Mass PMs

In my business account, there’s this really really annoying mass PM which could not be deleted anymore by the owner. Simply because the owner is nowhere to be found. The unscrupulous person deleted her account without deleting her annoying mass PM. Since there are stupid people out there who keeps posting a reply to the mass PM, it keeps on reappearing in everyone else’s inbox.

I’m actually guilty of sending mass PMs (like when I announced my new number) but I make it a habit to delete it after a few weeks. Or I just add a “PLEASE DO NOT REPLY HERE. PM ME INSTEAD.” warning.

Anyway, now here’s a way to deal with annoying (and recurring) PMs:

1. Go to your INBOX
2. Click PREFERENCES (just beside the RSS INFO logo)
3. You will be directed to “Inbox Settings”
4. Tick/Check “Show “Subscribe,” “Pin,” and “Remove” links for each item”
5. Click OK
6. Go back to INBOX
7. Look for the annoying message which you want to delete.
8. Don’t click it open. Notice that there are 3 icons beside the status which stand for “Subscribe,” Pin,” and “Remove.”
9. Click the X Button which stands for REMOVE.
10. You will be prompted if you are sure you don’t want to receive updates on that particular message. Click OK.

That’s it. šŸ˜€ Enjoy life!


2 thoughts on “How to deal with "annoying" Mass PMs

  1. Roland Pada October 5, 2008 at 11:15 pm Reply

    haha yeah thats what i do! haha people complaining i dont understand why…. because i knew you could unsubscribe manually haha :p

  2. Jean Monique Sanchez October 6, 2008 at 4:39 pm Reply

    hahaha. Well, not everyone knows that they actually CAN unsubscribe manually. šŸ˜€

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