Cancel Boomerang for Gmail in a Few Clicks
In five years since the service launched, more than 176 million Gmail messages were delivered through Boomerang.
How to Cancel Boomerang for Gmail on Your Own
While Boomerang’s basic version is free, you can subscribe to upgraded Personal, Pro, and Premium plans.
If you want to go back to the free version or cease using Boomerang altogether, here’s how you can cancel your premium plan:
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Cancel Boomerang for Gmail via Email
If you are part of a team Boomerang subscription, send an email to email@example.com to cancel it.
Cancel Boomerang for Gmail via Gmail
If you’re an individual Boomerang user, you can cancel the service by doing the following:
- Find the Boomerang icon in the top right corner of your Gmail window
- Click on Manage scheduled messages
- Go to Account tab from the left column
- Choose the Don’t renew link below your account info
Cancel Your Boomerang for Gmail Subscription With DoNotPay
Canceling your Boomerang subscription has never been easier! In just a few easy clicks, DoNotPay will take care of it for you.
Here’s how it works:
- Open the DoNotPay app in any web browser
- Go to Find Hidden Money
- Enter Boomerang for Gmail as the service you wish to cancel
As soon as the cancelation is complete, we’ll send you an email to let you know. You can also connect your email or bank account to our app, which allows us to detect all obsolete subscriptions so that you can cancel them (or let us do it for you).
Does Boomerang for Gmail Offer a Free Trial?
Yes, all new Boomerang accounts get a free 30-day trial of Boomerang Professional. Credit card information is not necessary to get started, so your free trial will not automatically renew into a paid subscription.
Does Boomerang for Gmail Prorate its Cancelations?
According to the Terms, all payments made to Baydin (the company behind the Boomerang extension) are non-refundable.
If Baydin ends your subscription without cause, you’ll be eligible for a prorated refund of the services fees paid in advance for the remainder of the subscription period.
Will Boomerang for Gmail Let Me Pause My Subscription?
No, there is no option to pause your Boomerang for Gmail subscription.
Are You Looking for Something Similar to Boomerang for Gmail?
There are countless productivity tools on the market, but it’s important to find the right fit for you. If you didn’t like Boomerang, we suggest these other two productivity extensions for Gmail:
Clear Out Your Inbox With DoNotPay
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DoNotPay has automated the process of getting rid of spam mail forever. If that sounds appealing to you, follow these simple steps:
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- Select the Spam Collector option
- Type in your email address to connect it to DoNotPay
- Wait until you receive your next spam email, then forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org
As a result, you will be automatically unsubscribed from this mailing list.
Our app will also notify you if there’s a current class-action lawsuit against the sender who illegally spammed you, so you can decide whether you want to join the plaintiffs’ list. You may be eligible for compensation of up to $500!
When It Comes to Productivity, Nobody Does It Better Than DoNotPay
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- Canceling subscriptions or memberships
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