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Beta Testers Wanted for New Reports Offering


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reporting-imageWe are thrilled to announce that we have three awesome, new reports that are available for beta testing. These new reports will empower you by giving you crucial information about your recipients in order to evaluate the effectiveness of your email and make better decisions in the future.

Highlights of the reports are shown below:

What new reports you say?

ISP Statistics: This report will highlight how your mail performs across all the major ISPs that you email. It will be easier to manage your success in an email ecosystem that moves fast.

Geographical Statistics: Where in the world is your mail being opened? You can now know and see at both the country and United States level where your mail is going.

Device Statistics: How much of your mail is read on a smart phone, tablet, PC? If you spend any money on responsive templates, this can help you justify it, and if you don’t, this can highlight a need for content that works across multiple devices.

Why is it “beta”?

These reports are in beta while we work out some finer points in the data feed. This means that while in beta, there may be some delay in the data displaying in these reports. And while we’re working that out, we want your feedback! Please feel free to let me know your thoughts and wishes for these reports.

Want to participate?

Great! If you’re interested in participating in the beta test for these new awesome reports please email me at brian.oneill@sendgrid.com and you will be sent additional information on how to access these new reports. All we ask is for your honest, unbiased feedback.

Cheers!


Brian is SendGrid's Product Manager. He has over a decade of experience in SW Development, Productions/Ops, and Product Management.

3 thoughts on “Beta Testers Wanted for New Reports Offering

    • Hello Erik,

      You'll be happy to know that exposing these new statistics via our Web API is on our roadmap. I don't have a timeframe yet, but I'll update the blog when it's available for beta testing.

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