If you send email from within Nutshell, we'll automatically track how many times the recipient(s) have opened your emails.
How to use
To track whether an email has been viewed, simply ensure that the box next to "Track when this message is opened" on your email settings page in Nutshell.
If you're sending a template email in bulk from the list view, the emails will automatically be tracked.
How to see if an email has been opened
This number is displayed underneath the timestamp of the email on the left side (next to the eye icon).
If no one has opened the email, nothing will be displayed. You can also view your email views all at a glance directly from your Nutshell sent folder.
Does this work with emails I send from outside of Nutshell, if I have mail sync enabled?
No. We only have the ability to track emails that are sent from within Nutshell.
I tried to test this by sending myself an email, but I don't see any indication that I opened my email. Why not?
We have some safeguards that make it a bit challenging to test the feature out for yourself. If you send an email to yourself — even if it's to a personal Gmail address, Nutshell will recognize that the viewer uses Nutshell. This means it won't track it as a view, because we try to only show external views.
Can I report on email open rates in Nutshell?
You can see the open and reply % of your email templates. On each of your email templates, you'll see the number of times it's been sent and opened!
How can I track link clicks in emails?
We recommend using our MailChimp integration if you're looking for reporting on email clicks. Learn how to integrate MailChimp and Nutshell here, and check out this article showing how to use link click tracking in MailChimp.