Mass emails sent via GMass can now be click-tracked. Perform a hard-refresh on Gmail in Chrome to load the new settings box which includes the click-tracking option. To turn on click-tracking for a mail-merge campaign, just check the box in the Settings box before clicking the main GMass button. Note that click-tracking is turned on by default.
All hyperlinks will be converted to trackable hyperlinks in the following format:
Certain links will be left alone and not tracked, including “mailto:” links and “tel:” links. All other regular web hyperlinks will be converted to trackable links if click tracking is on. Additionally, previously tracked URLs will not be tracked again. For example, if you track a link in one campaign, and that URL is converted to:
and then you copy/paste that tracked URL into another campaign, it will be left alone and not converted again.
When someone clicks on a link in an email campaign, a report will go into the GMass Reports –> Clicks label in your Gmail account, and you’ll also be notified via a yellow-background alert at the top of the browser if you’re in front of Gmail at the time of the click event.