Jul 8, 2020 4:51 AM
I know that other people have commented on this but this feature is really annoying. We, like others, do not want to track emails sent out to our clients for a multitude of reasons (below copied from another post).
We are aware of this as a conscious decision and do NOT need to be reminded of it on EVERY email. The message is so big that it overtakes the email itself on the initial view. Clearly this is intentional to promote Hubspot's tracking capabilities but surely there is an easy way to remove this in settings? Users are aware of the capability now after seeing it incessantly for 6 months, surely this can be turned off now?
This would be a much appreciated development if not already in the pipeline
I'm this issue again as it has been marked as an accepted solution but the solution given does not address the core issue of removing the distrcting and annoying message.
Jul 10, 2020 9:35 AM
The message you are seeing cannot be modified. Have you disabled the tracking from within the extension? You can choose not to track the emails either by disabling tracking, changing the setting within the extension, or ensuring each email isn't tracked.
I hope this helps
Thank you and Happy Friday!
Jul 13, 2020 5:25 AM
Many thanks but the whole point is that we have email tracking turned off within the intergrations settings on our account and on the Outlook extension. So, with tracking disabled we are still getting these messages on our HubSpot. It is very very annoying.
I understand the message, we just need to get rid of it
Aug 5, 2020 1:08 PM
Quick and dirty solution:
Block the page element using the browser extension "uBlock Origin", which is available at least for Firefox and Chrome on Windows, using the custom filter "app.hubspot.com##.m-right-4.m-y-2.private-alert--tip.private-alert.alert".
Quite easily done with uBlock's built-in element picker.
-- It's a per-client setting.
-- Future changes in Hubspot's web interface may require you to tinker with filtering rules (right now they don't break anything).
-- Default rules also filter out Facebook, Google Analytics, and Hubspot's own analytics (fine with me...)