Can I export my stats to Google Sheets?
Yes – you can export all your Email Tracker tracking stats to a Google spreadsheet. The spreadsheet will be updated in real-time: all new emails are automatically added, all email opens are automatically registered, etc. The reporting spreadsheet looks like this.
Does Email Tracker tracks multiple recipients?
Yes – each of your recipients is tracked separately by Free Email Tracker.
Does Mail Tracker has intelligence to detect that my BCC to my CRM?
Will Mail Tracker detect that my email is read when I open email by myself?
No – Free Email Tracker has the intelligence to detect that you (the sender) are opening the email. So do not worry – you can open your email.
Can I track scheduled emails?
Yes – you can track scheduled emails using Free Email Tracker. However, it would help if you used Schedule Email. Tracking will not work with Gmail native email scheduler. You can install it from Google Chrome Web Store.
Which apps using email tracker and trigger the tracking spreadsheet?
How does Mail Tracker work with Apple Privacy Mail Protection?
Right now, Apple Privacy Mail Protection system works as follows:
- When the subscriber’s Apple Mail app starts up, it triggers a download of the email to their device from their email host (e.g., Yahoo or Google).
- At random intervals (could be immediately or a couple of days later), Apple downloads all of the images in the email, creating a copy of the images to a new location on the Apple Privacy Cache. A proxy server triggers the download with an IP address assigned to the general region of the subscriber, masking their specific geolocation.
- When a user opens the email, it triggers a request to download and display the email’s images, but they come from the Apple Cache. So, the email’s sender won’t see the real open.
Because of this, email trackers can’t tell who opened your emails, when, and where.
cloudHQ Email Tracker will try to detect the above behavior and ignore all emails opened via Apple Privacy Mail Protection system. We believe you shouldn’t rely on solely on email opens as your sole performance metric.