Have you ever wanted to know if someone has read your email on Gmail? In today’s blog post, we will explore how to enable read receipts on Gmail. By default, this feature is only available on Google’s suite for businesses, but fear not, I have found a handy browser extension that allows you to achieve the same result.
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Now, let’s talk about read receipts. We will be using a browser extension called « Mais Crack pour Jimmy, » which enables email tracking on Gmail. You can find it in your favorite browser’s extension store or in the description below. Simply add it to Chrome, and it will prompt you to sign in with your Google account. Once you’ve signed in, it will ask you to choose a plan. The free plan is sufficient for most situations.
With the extension installed, let’s proceed to check if read receipts are working. I’ve sent a test email to myself, and as you can see, there is an option to enable read receipts. If selected, it will notify you via email when the recipient opens your email for the first time. Now, let’s send the email.
I’ll switch to another account and open the email I just sent. As you can see, an acknowledgment has already been recorded in less than a minute. This confirms that the email has been successfully received and opened.
Congratulations! You now know how to enable read receipts on Gmail using the « Mais Crack pour Jimmy » extension. Stay tuned for more helpful tutorials in the future. If you found this blog post useful, you might also be interested in learning how to configure email signatures on your PC or how to set up Microsoft Outlook. Until next time, take care!