email overlay section of email reports printable
In the email reports, under the "clicks" tab, there is a email overlay report which labels clicks on the actual HTML Emails. The window this report is in was previously expandable. I suggest bronto make this report more printer friendly by either allowing the window to once again be expanded, or making a printable version of the entire email overlay report.
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I would export the image of the number of clicks on certain parts of the email. And It would be great if I could export the heat maps could be to a PDF. This would help with our reporting and provide an opportunity to share the heat maps with other areas of the business.
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Tim Brown commented
Is there any update on this option? We find this very useful and would like to export the heatmap for each message.
Users should be able to print a pdf of the click heat map.
Would be great if you could download a PDF of an email clickmap so you don't have to scroll up and down in the preview window where only a portion of the message can be seen.
Emma Winstanley commented
Exportable Heat Maps
It would be great if the heat maps could be exported to a PDF. This would help with our reporting and enable us to share the heat maps with other areas of the business.
Would love to have a downloadable "click report" and more customization options for the heat map/email overlay. That way we can show percentages as well as raw clicks and export these to build more comprehensive internal reporting for visual people!
Lior C. commented
This is really important for those of us who have to report to design teams. Right now, these are the work arounds I've used to get the information into a presentation or a report:
1) re-create the data on my own
2) jerry-rig the iframe height to show the entire email then screen capture it
3) view iframe source and copy it into an HTML file
i would like to be able to print the click - heat map reports?
seems like a basic thing to me....
Allow users to download the visual click report (heat map) so that the information can be shared with the greater team
The ability to download a PDF showing the heat map report (and other reports for that matter)
Katie Moreno commented
Also, export it visually! We want to give our clients these reports so they can use them to strategize. Currently we have to open that frame in it's own tab and print to PDF - an export feature would be AWESOME!
Scott R. commented
Allow your customers to print out the "click map" that is viewable in the reporting section. I report the data from our e-mails, but the map would be a good visual tool to show my team where the click heat is.
Thanks for the Firefox hint!!!!
Currently once you go to "clicks" under the delivery report you see the heat map which shows all of the clicks on the email graphic. Unfortunately you are not able to open it up in order to view it as a whole, so you can print it and share it with others & monitor clicks.
It would be nice to see this heat map in its own window so I can share it with my marketing team.
I would like to be able to export the image of the number of clicks on certain parts of the email. I believe the actual name is called the "Hot Chart" or something of that nature. It's nice to see that information, but unfortunately I'm only able to see half of the email at a time. If I am able to download that full image I can use it for our reporting and future designing of our emails.
Olivier Travers commented
This should be formatted in a way that's easier to share (with non-Bronto users) as well. Maybe an export to PDF feature to make clean email attachments.
Phil from AmericanMuscle commented
If you are using firefox you can right click within that little frame and select "This Frame" then select "Open frame in new tab" that will isolate the click map and allow you to print it.
Genevieve Liboiron commented
To print it, I found that you can highlight the message in the box, use the Print Preview function in your browser (if Explorer), select "As selected on screen", print the page.
Not the best way but it works.