Please include all links on the Heat Map and not just the top 5. Newsletters have more than 5 links.
Hi @ElizabethBKChamber thank you for sharing this feedback with us! We have tracked your feature request to the appropriate teams and opened this idea up so other users can weigh in as well.
Yes! We also have emails with a lot of links and would like to accurately check them. Top 5 is woefully underwhelming data
We are updating the status of this request to support our new community idea statuses and add better insight into your feedback. We can't guarantee a commitment to deliver on this feature request but should indicate some awareness that we have heard your feedback and could be taken under consideration for a future release. In the meantime, as a workaround, we recommend users use a URL shortener to make the URLs distinctive or to use separate URLs for each button.
I'm sending out campaigns with multiple instances of the same link target, but displayed in different places within the email newsletter (using both text and images)
When I get my report, the Heat Map displays only the first(top) instance of that particular link target and registers it as the only click location for ALL instances -- even though it's safe to assume the link is also being clicked elsewhere in the newsletter by other subscribers.The only option I can think of is to use a delimiter like ? with unique string queries to show up on their respective areas on the click Heat Map.
e.g. "www.samplelink.com/?1" "www.samplelink.com/?2" "www.samplelink.com/?3" etc
However setting this up takes extra time. Can we fix this so I know exactly where the links are being clicked within the email, even though they go to the same target?
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