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Links: clicked✔️ Goals: completed✔️ You: notified✔️
Links: clicked✔️ Goals: completed✔️ You: notified✔️

No need to open Nutshell to see your outreach activity—we'll alert you!

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Written by James
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Nutshell can tell you when an email recipient is showing serious interest, so you can get in touch with them right away.

To receive notifications when a link in your marketing message is clicked, go to the Engagement section of any broadcast, newsletter edition, or drip sequence within Nutshell Campaigns. On the link tracking table, you’ll select which users will receive click notifications and if notifications will be sent for clicks of any link in the message or for specific links.

Select users to receive link clicked notifications
See which users are receiving click linked notifications

We’ve got your back!: Sent a marketing email out, but forgot to set up your link tracking notifications? Not a problem—you can still set up and receive link tracking notifications for previously sent and currently scheduled messages.

To receive notifications when a goal is met for your drip sequences, open any drip sequence within Nutshell Campaigns to create or add a new goal, and choose “Link is clicked.” You’ll then be able to determine which link(s) contribute to your goal.

For assistance with setting up drip sequences, check out this guide from our help center.

Adding a 'link is clicked' goal to drip sequences

Reminder: You’ll need to opt-in to receiving notifications for clicked links and drip sequence goals in your notification settings. You can choose to receive notifications to your notification section in Nutshell, your email inbox, and your mobile device.

Notification settings

Understanding which parts of your outreach are successful in grabbing your reader’s attention allows you see how and where your outreach is most impactful.

Receiving a celebratory notification from Nutshell when a reader has clicked your link or met your drip sequence goal is just the cherry on top! 😉

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