Email Tracking Software for Gmail: Read Receipts & Click Tracking

Boomerang's email tracking software notifies you both when a recipient opens your email and when they click on any link in the message. It uses powerful, cross-platform tracking that works even when users open your message on mobile!

Scott Carley

For email tracking in Gmail, I use Boomerang! I've had really good results.

Scott Carley

Email tracking software for...

  • Knowing if your email got read
  • Determining which of your emails get the most clicks
  • Keeping your recipient's trust with an opt-out option
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The best email tracking for Gmail

You're a Boomerang install away from having powerful email tracking software accessible from your Gmail compose window. Once installed, you can enable read receipts or click tracking for any email you write by clicking the small envelope button that will appear at the bottom right side of your compose window. Turning on email tracking will add a image at the bottom of your email to let your recipient know that you've requested a read receipt. Unlike many email tracking tools, Boomerang’s read receipts respect privacy, building trust with your recipients.

Email Tracking in Gmail

Shortly after your tracking-enabled email is opened, Boomerang will send you a notification to let you know. You can get even more information by accessing your Boomerang manage page, where you can quickly see details of each message you tracked: how many times it has been opened, the approximate time it was first opened and last opened, which of its links have been clicked, how many times each link was clicked, and the first time and most recent time each link was clicked!

Read receipt and click tracking details page
New York Times

Boomerang! Where have you been all my life?

Sam Grobart, The New York Times
The Next Web

Boomerang for Gmail. First off, if you don’t have it, stop reading this and go get it. Right now. There’s absolutely no other plugin that will add this level of function to your Gmail.

Brad McCarty, TheNextWeb