How do I map the links (link1 link2 link3) to the links in the email?

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My report shows where people click a link, but I didn't name them and now don't know what they represent . . .link 1 link 2 link3 . . . what are they?
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Hi there -- It's not the end of the world! Generally, the links will in response will be ordered as if you're moving down your mailing. If you have multiple columns, you would move down one column and then back up to the top of the next column.

One way to identify your links would be to send yourself a new version of the mailing and click one link at a time. A quick view of the mailing response after you click each link should help you to identify which link is associated with which content in your mailing. 

I hope this helps!