Report and Tracking Extension

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With Report & Tracking, you can easily monitor how your emails are performing on your site. Would you like to view detailed reports of emails sent from your WordPress site?


The key points of this plugin are: –

NOTE: – Version 2.5 or higher of Post SMTP is required for the plugin.

  1. Email with daily/weekly/monthly statistics.
  2. Statistics can also be filtered by Days (7 days, 14 days, or 30 days) and by Dates (from-to).
  3. You can find out who opened your emails.
  4. You can see the open rate by clicking the Opened/Not Opened Link in the pop-up window.

EMAIL LOG: –
You must have Post SMTP version 2.5 or higher in order to use the report and tracking plugin. Make sure to install and activate Report and Tracking add-on on your WordPress site before we begin.

  1. The entries from 50 to 500 can be viewed by selecting them, and you can search for any particular entry by entering it in the search box.
  1. The daily, weekly, and monthly email statistics are available in the Post SMTP Email logs. You can view them by filtering by days and dates.
  1. The recipient’s email address, delivery time, status (whether it is a valid or invalid email address) and opened status (whether the recipient has opened your email or not) are all visible in the email. You can view the email you’ve sent, resend it, or delete that entry from the log by clicking those options from the action menu.
  1. You can export your logs to a csv file and even delete them all by clicking export all and delete all options.

REPORTS: –

Once the plugin is activated, you need to go to Post SMTP –> Reports.

  1. You can see the total mails, sent successful mails and those mails which are failed to deliver can easily be seen through graph. 
  1. The below graph shows you the total mail sent and the mail the recipients opened. 
  1. The following details are contained in the data in both the graph: –

Total: Included in this figure are emails that were successfully delivered as well as those that were not.
Sent: The total number of emails sent successfully from your website.
Failed: The total number of emails that failed to send successfully is referred to as failed.
Open Count: The number of emails that the recipient(s) opened.

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