Gmail users may soon get a long-awaited solution to annoying promotional emails and mailing lists. If you’re a Gmail user who gets frustrated looking for that tiny “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of a marketing newsletter, you may soon be in luck.

As of this week, an “unsubscribe” link will now be visible right next to email headers in Gmail, allowing users to rid themselves of any unwanted inbox clutter easily and quickly. Until now, the only way to get out of these emailing lists was to scroll through the email to find a small link usually hidden at the bottom. Recently, Google made the easy unsubscribe feature available to a small percentage of its users, however as of late last week, the internet giant announced that the feature would soon roll out to everyone.

To benefit from this great new Gmail feature, you don’t even need to change your settings, just keep an eye on your inbox. As soon as the feature has been enabled on your account, you will be able to see an unsubscribe link beside the email address and sender information of many promotional messages.