At any given point, you can perform bulk actions on the subscribers who clicked on a link in one of your emails.

For the purposes of this tutorial, we'll be adding a tag, and you can perform any other bulk action as well, by following these same steps.

NOTE: This is a manual workaround. Setting up a link trigger is actually our #1 recommendation to accomplish this, because it's automatic! 🙌🏻

If however you need to track link clicks retroactively, or your intended link trigger didn't fire for some reason, read on.

When you perform an action following the method outlined in this article, it will only apply to those who had already clicked the link at the point at which you perform the action.

For links in broadcasts

1. Click into the broadcast from the broadcasts page, and from the sidebar click 'Clicks'

2. Locate the link from the list, then to its right, click the number of subscribers who clicked on it

You'll be taken to a page with the list of subscribers who clicked on that link (make sure you scroll under the subscriber graph to see the list).

3. Perform a bulk action to tag those subscribers

Check out our tutorial on bulk actions here!

For links in sequences

1. Click into the sequence from the sequences page, then click 'Reports'

2. From the list, choose the specific email that contains the link

3. Select 'Clicks' in the sidebar

4. Locate the link from the list, then to its right, select the number of subscribers who clicked on it

You'll be taken to a page with the list of subscribers who clicked on that link (make sure you scroll under the subscriber graph to see the list).

5. Perform a bulk action to tag those subscribers

Check out our tutorial on bulk actions here!

How to Use Link Triggers

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