Tracking your emails is an important part of being a good sender and learning about how your users interact with your email. This includes everything from basics of clicks and opens to looking at which browsers and mailbox providers your customers use.
We have broken up statistics in specific ways so that you can get at-a-glance data, as well as allowing you to get into the details of how your email is being used.
Category statistics are available for the previous thirteen months only.
Base url: https://api.sendgrid.com
This endpoint allows you to retrieve all of your global email statistics between a given date range.
Parent accounts can see either aggregated stats for the parent account or aggregated stats for a subuser specified in the
on-behalf-of header. Subuser accounts will see only their own stats.
- API Key
The number of results to return.default: None
The point in the list to begin retrieving results.default: None
How to group the statistics. Must be either "day", "week", or "month".default: None
The starting date of the statistics to retrieve. Must follow format YYYY-MM-DD.default: None
The end date of the statistics to retrieve. Defaults to today. Must follow format YYYY-MM-DD.default: None
The date the stats were gathered.
The individual email activity stats.
The individual events and their stats.
The number of emails that were not allowed to be delivered by ISPs.
The number of emails that were dropped because of a bounce.
The number of emails that bounced instead of being delivered.
The number of emails that temporarily could not be delivered.
The number of emails SendGrid was able to confirm were actually delivered to a recipient.
The number of recipients who had malformed email addresses or whose mail provider reported the address as invalid.
Requests from your website, application, or mail client via SMTP Relay or the API that SendGrid processed.
The number of emails that were requested to be delivered.
The number of emails that were dropped due to a recipient previously marking your emails as spam.
The number of recipients who marked your email as spam.
The number of emails dropped due to a recipient unsubscribing from your emails.
The number of recipients who unsubscribed from your emails.
The number of links that were clicked in your emails.
The number of unique recipients who clicked links in your emails.
The total number of times your emails were opened by recipients.
The number of unique recipients who opened your emails.