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Email Tracking in Gmail

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I somehow acquired a tracking mechanism on my Gmail which had 2 send buttons (blue icons)  - one send & track, the other send & don't track at bottom left of the screen.. There was also an outline icon representing an envelope at top  right of the screen. Clicking on the latter at any time gave a list of sent & tracked  emails with white backgrounds for 'unopened' and green for 'opened. with details around this.

About a week ago, this facility disappeared as fast as it appeared and as I was used to it to track emails, I was upset! I have searched about 20 other trackers but none look like the one I lost. They track every email and I don't want that. I (hopefully) attach my memory of what the send screen looked like plus an extract of the list of opened/unopened accessed via the envelope icon. Can anyone identify it?  I have a feeling it was an extension which was removed - name something like Inmail  or Inbox Gmail or similar.

 

Edited by Nergal
removed possible malware attachment

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I've removed a possibly dangerous attachment from the post above, please describe it if it is necessary or reupload as picture files.

 

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That looks like a website that you access gmail from (possibly gmail.com).  That's not really software related and was probably a beta feature google was trying.  Can you confirm/dispute that you're talking about the website

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Like Nergal originally stated it's better to just post a picture in an actual picture format like .JPG, or .PNG. Even the PDF people won't like to mess around with and it's generally frowned upon to use such a file format to show a picture since PDF's are also an avenue for infections.

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I hate to say it but can you just do a jpg attachment and not a jpg.pptx one.

Not many people would open a double named extension these days.

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