You can now request a full export of the data which is used to generate your report metrics!

To get started, select the report you wish to export - This can be any Monthly, Weekly or Custom Report.

Any Advanced Filters or Team Members selected will also be applied to export, it is an exact export of the report you choose.

Please note that this is a Email Meter Premium feature, you can sign up here!

Once you have the report from which you want to pull the raw data, click the Export CSV button in the top right:



You will see a prompt informing you that the data export is being prepared - You can expect to receive this to your email shortly:



You will be informed if you have already tried to export the same report.

If you have not received your report after 1 hour (although it normally takes a few minutes), please check your other folders (including spam).

If you still cannot find us please get in touch with us using the chat bubble at the bottom of Email Meter, or by emailing us at hello@emailmeter.com.



You will receive an email with a link to download your raw data!



Just click the blue "Download Data" button to get the CSV file.

The report which this data was pulled from is linked in the email, so you can remember which one it was!

Headers Included

date

The date in Year-Month-Day Hour:Minute:Second format.

address

The email address of the inbox where this email belongs. Useful for teams.

type

SENT or RECEIVED.

subject

The email subject.

from

The sender's email address.

recipients_to

The recipients in the TO field.

recipients_cc

The recipients in the CC field.

recipients_bcc

The recipients in the BCC field (this can only be yourself).

is_replied

TRUE or FALSE. TRUE if the email was replied to.

is_first_reply

TRUE or FALSE. TRUE if it is the first message in a thread and it’s been replied to.

reply_time

The time it took to reply to this email in seconds.

replied_by

The person that first replied to this message.

is_first_message

TRUE or FALSE. TRUE if it’s the first message in a thread.

gmail_thread_id

The Gmail Thread ID, useful to identify and group threads.

direct_message

TRUE or FALSE. TRUE if you’re in the TO field.
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