Know When Your Emails are Opened via #WebToolsWiki

- Last Update: is a free Chrome extension that lets you find out easily when your recipients have read your email.

To use this app, first install the Chrome extension which only takes seconds and a pop up window will then ask for your confirmation. A new tab will open next to connect Mailtrack to your Gmail account.

Once you’re done, Mailtrack will connect to your Google account. When keeping track of your emails, you will know when people have opened your email and clicked your links. You will be notified about it through the check sign on the left part of your email list just next to the star symbol.

Founded in August 2013 by Nacho, Gabi and Gil, this email app is 100 percent free to use forever. It ensures the privacy of your emails for your peace of mind with no buttons, ads and logos involved.



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