Yes! Geotrack is in beta. You have free and unlimited tracking and scheduling.
Yes, we support both classic Gmail accounts and G Suite (Google Apps) Mail and hosted domains.
Email tracking is accomplished using standard web tracking devices known as cookies and web beacons. When an email message is sent, our system embed a tiny, invisible tracking image (a single-pixel gif, sometimes called a web beacon) within the content of the message. When the recipient opens the message, the tracking image is referenced. When they click a link, another tracking code is activated. In each case a separate tracking event is recorded by our system.
Our email tracking system is generally reliable, but, due to the nature of the technology, email tracking cannot be considered an absolutely accurate indicator that a message was opened or read by the recipient. For example, if an email client doesn't open images included in an email, the tracking will fail. However, link tracking still works in that case and we will be able to record a view and a clicked link.
Absolutely NOT! Emails message headers are collected for messages you choose to track or schedule, but message bodies are NEVER collected and/or stored.
No, we don't have access to your Gmail password. You are authorizing us to access your account through Google's official and secure OAuth2 technology.
Yes! Geotrack transmits message data using enterprise-grade encryption.
Unfortunately, no. There are some technical limitations to what data we can even retrieve such as the email address of the recipient. If you need to know which recipient opened your email or clicked the links, you'll need to send individual emails.
If a link is included in your message, and tracking is activated, this link will be automatically tracked.
We created a dashboard for you where you can see all your tracked messages.
You can setup your preferences in the "Settings" menu of your dashboard.
Your scheduled messages are stored in Gmail's Draft label (folder).
Yes! Locate your message in the Draft label (folder), open it and simply reschedule it using the "Schedule" button.
Once the message is delivered,it will leave the Draft label (folder) and appear in the Sent Mail folder inside Gmail. If you see the message in Sent Mail, you can be certain your message has been sent.
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You receive this message if an email has been opened in Gmail (desktop or mobile). Google generally uses a proxy server to open all images contained in emails. In that case, we receive Google's servers geolocation instead of the recipient's one. Therefore, in order to avoid any confusion, we don't display a map in both Gmail and your dashboard. In this specific case, try to include links in your emails: if they are clicked, we will be able to provide you the recipient's geolocation, even for Gmail's users.