Keep track of all your email activities with the help of this app that offers information about opened, click-upon and sent emails
Yesware for Chrome is a helpful browser addon designed to provide Gmail users with the ability to make the most out of their email service, allowing you to track sent emails and learn when they are read by their recipients.
The tool is intended for salespeople who need to monitor all their sent messages, in order to ensure good customer relations.
In order to install the tool in Google Chrome, you need to drop the CRX file onto an open ‘Extensions’ tab, then confirm its addition to your browser. Afterward, you can log in to your Gmail account and grant Yesware for Chrome the required permissions to be able to work with it.
The addon integrates into the Gmail interface, making it easy for you to access and work with it, in just a few moves. You can create events and send tracked email messages, enabling you to quickly learn when your message has been ‘Clicked’, ‘Opened’ or ‘Replied’.
Moreover, Yesware for Chrome allows you to create ‘templates’ that you can use in communicating with other people, grouping them in categories such as ‘Prospects’, ‘Pipeline’, ‘Objections’, ‘Support’ or ‘Personal’, for faster replies.
Additionally, if you handle very intense email usage on a daily basis, it can become difficult to keep track of everything you have done. This simple tool lets you generate and print ‘Tracking Reports’, ‘Activity Report’, ‘Prospects Report’ or ‘Template Reply Report’.
The add-on enables you to set reminders at specific dates and times if you do not receive a reply or ‘No Matter What’. This way, you can get back in touch with the person that was supposed to receive your message and make sure it was not somehow lost along the way.
You can use this handy and reliable Google Chrome extension to enhance the functionality of Gmail, and potentially increase your work performance by monitoring the state of all your sent messages.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Yesware Email Tracking and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂