How can I free up space on iCloud?

Hello I have a MacBook Pro (retina, 13 inches, end 2013) OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 (G 15, 31). I get emails that I'm reaching my maximum of storage available in iCloud. How can I free up space by cleaning the storage? It seems that everything I am allowed to do is remove al storage of each application and I want to choose what to delete. Thank you

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