The communication industry has witnessed an unbelievable change during the last decade. The introduction of email changed the communication habit of the people, especially younger generation in a big way, across the globe. Now people send and receive the mails at the speed of light. This technological advancement in the field of communication sector left a large number of conventional postal department’s personnel job less worldwide.
Now, a tool has been developed by the US based company Rampell Software, DidTheyReadIt Which tracks the mail sent by you. DidTheyReadIt is a service of Rampell Software, LLC, a leader in providing low-cost, easy to use productivity software for Macintosh and Windows computers. This tool can tell you when, how many times and how long the email you sent was read. This is available on the website http://www.didtheyreadit.com/ The site claims that When you use didtheyreadit, every e-mail that you send is invisibly tracked without alerting the recipient.
But when they read your message, you will immediately receive the information that When
, exactly, your email was opened,How long
your email remained opened and Where
, geographically, your email was viewed. About its all time working, the site says that it is like caller ID. Caller ID works most of the time and will show you who is calling you, but every now and then you get a "Private Call" or "Unavailable" number. The site encourage you to sign up for a free account to test DidTheyReadIt. There is absolutely no obligation to purchase and
Now the email users can no longer pretend that they didn't receive a message, with the launch of this tool that can tell senders if their messages have been read. According to Rampell Software, you are automatically notified the instant the recipient opens your message and the tool can also report where exactly the reader is located and if the email you sent was forwarded to another person. The company also claims that the new tool, which is invisible to the recipient, will help students who are looking for jobs, people using auction sites and business people who want to make sure important emails have been received.