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BananaTag, keeps track of your company’s emails

BananaTag: How to track your emails and know if they have read them

 

BananaTag is a very useful and simple service that tracks if your emails reached their destination, if they were opened, etc.

You can configure it in the most common email clients such as Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, etc.

Once you subscribe to the service, you must download an extension for the web browser (only works in Chrome or Mozilla Firefox). With the free service, you can only track 5 emails a day. If you need more, you must request an account with a monthly or annual subscription.

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Sending by email is a quick and inexpensive way to reach a person at a distance. Although once you send an email you have no guarantee that the recipient will read it as soon as it arrives unless he verifies his inbox. So we see today BananaTag, a tool to track the emails from your company.

This tool can be useful if you want to keep track of your customers and employees. By tracking, you’ll see if you’ve read your emails or are not deleted, junk mail and can also track clicks on the links included in your email.

You can tag, and at the same time analyze your email using graphics. This means that BananaTag shows graphically the number of emails you have sent and how many recipients have clicked on them and who read it.

What is Bananatag

You can check your email to see if they have opened it or not. This way, your employees can not give you little credible excuses just because their behavior to open and read their emails is vague.

This tool supports services such as Microsoft Outlook and also Gmail applications and other email clients and mobile devices. They have a free plan and another Pro with a cost of five euros per month.

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Nandini

Nandini is an Outreach Specialist cum Content writer. When not glued to her laptop, she can be found making travel plans that rarely happen :wink: Connect with Kavita on Twitter @tirupatihelps

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