Mailbutler's advanced email link tracker for Gmail lets you know when, where, and how often your contact clicks on your email link. Get real time read receipts notifications: follow up and reach your contacts at the right time, all without leaving your inbox!
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Ever wonder what happens after your email is sent?
Knowing whether someone has read my email is a feature that has helped me loads. Part of my job has me sending cold emails. I always adjust my follow-up emails depending on whether the person has read the previous email or not. If I know the person hasn't read my email I'll try a different contact.
Moritz Born, Business Development & Strategic Partnership Consultant
The tracking feature is my favorite feature. It integrates seamlessly with notifications, letting you know that your customers and coworkers on the topics you are still missing. Especially for multi-project managers with a lot of emails super helpful. Mailbutler makes you look good in front of customers!
Michael Pohl, Account Director (Marketing)
How does Mailbutler’s Link Tracking work?
Mailbutler is an extension for Apple Mail and Gmail. When Email Link Tracking has been enabled, Mailbutler will send you a notification and a double checkmark in your Sent folder when your recipient has opened your link.
Is the content of my tracked emails secured from third parties?
Yes, your privacy is preserved and protected. All tracked emails are sent from your own email server in Apple Mail or Gmail. Mailbutler doesn’t route your emails through any external servers like some email tracking software might do.
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