How To Track Clicked Links in Gmail

When you send an email out, it's normal to expect an action to be taken.

The goal is for:

  1. Your Email to be opened
  2. Links are clicked
  3. Attachments are viewed.

Tracking these items will help you understand if your message was acknowledged, or what type of follow-up emails are needing to be sent.

In Gmail, you can track links with free & simple tools like Pigeon for Gmail.

Simply hover over the "Activity" icon above any message you've sent, inside Gmail.

You can even see what link was clicked and when.

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How to see activity for an entire email conversation

In the right sidebar next to any email conversation, you can see a full view of activity on the entire conversation:

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How to track if someone read your email

Simply hover over the "Activity" icon above any message you've sent, inside Gmail:

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How to turn off email tracking for an email

While typing out an email, in top right, click where it says "Tracking this email" - that will toggle it on or off.

Get context when your emails were seen with Pigeon for Gmail

To get access to these features, try Pigeon for Gmail today.
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