Sent count, daily interactions, top items? Get a general overview of your mails' performance.
Connect Slack and get failure, bounce and complaint notifications.
Track deliveries, opens, clicks and uniques across mails and recipients.
Get summary of all clicks on all links. Know who clicked, when and on what mail.
See exactly what is sent to users. What does the delivered mail look like? What details were missing?
Get events from your mails as they happen. You can further filter based on the different event types.
Invite other members of your team to your analytics dashboard
View recipient journey from delivery to open and clicks. Know who opened and clicked on what.
Pricing is based on the number of Mailgun events received per month irrespective of the number of domains in your account.
An event is something that happens to an email. This could be a delivery, open, bounce or click on a link. Note that non-unique events are also tracked. This means if a recipient opens the same email twice, 2 events are tracked and not one.
At the end of the month, you will be sent an invoice for the number of events consumed by your account.
How is this different from the analytics in Mailgun dashboard?
Suet gives more detailed analytics like uniques, click throughs, top interactions and on top of that presents it in an easy to follow way. It also connects to your Slack account to notify you of failures and bounces.
Can I try it out without paying?
Absolutely. Sign up for free and try it out for a month. Pay only if convinced.
Does Suet handle bulk emails sent via Mailgun too?
If you are using Mailgun to send bulk emails/campaigns like newsletters, you need to let Suet know to group the analytics. To do this, send the email through Mailgun's batch sending API (instead of SMTP). Batch sending is limited to 1000 emails per send though. Support for tagging, which is a better approach, coming soon.
I only see delivered events. What of opens and clicks?
Make sure you turn on open and click tracking in your Mailgun dashboard and also set the URLs in webhooks.