InboxWP has a nice and lucrative dashboard to provide you with all the data related to WordPress transactional email. Such as how many emails are delivered, hard-bounced emails, spam complaints, etc.
After you install InboxWP on your WordPress site, you’ll be redirected to its dashboard. You’ll get the same dashboard on the backend and front end.
The backend dashboard gives an overview of your delivered WordPress transactional emails. The frontend dashboard gives more data like email logs, advanced filter options, and more.
Let’s get started and see the details of each dashboard one by one:
InboxWP dashboard: backend preview
Here’s an overview of the InboxWP dashboard.
You can find some options for generating your email reports here.
- Delivered emails: How many emails are being delivered to the recipient’s inbox
- Hard bounce: The number of emails that don’t get into the recipient’s inbox is determined as a hard bounce.
- Spam complaint: The number of emails marked as spam
Under the quick overview section, you’ll find the email log for the last 30 days. You can see the number or ratio of emails sent each day. Also, delivered and bounced emails have a different color to help you find them easily in this report.
You’ll get another visualization of the delivered and bounced WordPress transactional emails at a glance.
And lastly, you can filter your email logs according to day, week, and month.
InboxWP dashboard: frontend preview
Along with the backend overview, you’ll also get an intuitive frontend overview. To get access to the frontend overview, click on “Dashboard of the InboxWP App”.
You’ll be heading to the InboxWP frontend dashboard. Here you’ll find your site’s details. Click on the button, and you’ll get the frontend dashboard view.
The options are similar to what we showed in the backend overview.
Apart from the common options we talked about, you’ll find a new option here: “view all logs.”. You’ll get the details of your “delivered WordPress transactional emails” here in this section.
Click on it and get all the details about the transactional emails that you have sent as of now.
You can filter the logs in different ways. You can filter the email logs based on sent, queued, and processed emails. Also, you can select the email log time to see the specific time, like today, yesterday, or any particular time.
So this is how you can utilize the InboxWP frontend dashboard overview section to get real-time data or insight about your WordPress transactional email logs.
We hope this documentation helps you learn how to find and configure the InboxWP dashboard. If you face any problems, feel free to share them with us through our support.