The Salesforce marketing cloud connector, which can be viewed as an Email platform, consists of six report types/breakdowns:


The Send report type is attributed to the send date and consists of a wide range of properties which is brought in through the Sent object from the API. Documentation can be found here. It contains overall information about email sends; for example totals and unique values.

Email performance

There are five different Email performance breakdowns to choose from; Bounces, Clicks, Not Sent, Opens and Sent. Please note that these breakdowns will not be able to fetch all data if they exceed 3 million rows of a certain event per day.

Furthermore, they can easily be merged into one dataset using the Funnel Data Explorer. These report types count events and attributes them to the even date; so whenever something happens it is attributed to that date.

All of the Email performance report types will only count events belonging to email sends that are at most 6 months old. So for example, if someone opens an email that was sent out more than 6 months ago, the corresponding open event will not be counted/inluded in the data.


Email Name - Specifies the name of an email message associated with a send.

Send ID - Read-only identifier for an object. Some objects use the ObjectID property as the Marketing Cloud unique ID


Bounces - The total amount of BounceEvent objects.

Clicks - The total amount of ClickEvent objects.

Not Sent - The total amount of NotSentEvent objects.

Opens -The total amount of OpenEvent objects.

Sent - The total amount of SentEvent objects.


Data younger than 2 days will be refreshed every 22 hours. If a backfill is needed then a recommendation is to look at which plan you’re on in order to see how many calls are allowed, since a backfill might eat up your quota. See documentation regarding the limits of the different plans here.

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