How to Use FlexiFunnels Reporting Dashboard

Modified on Thu, 25 Aug 2022 at 06:47 PM

Click on your account name to open additional settings in your account.

Once you click on your account name, then click on the "Reports" option.


 


The FlexiFunnels Reporting Dashboard is divided into two parts.


1. Quick Statistics

2. Overview


Let us understand each one of them in detail.

Quick Statistics

From Quick Statistics, you can get a bird's-eye view or a quick overview of your overall recent activities.

Sales Page Views: Total Sales page views of all the sales pages in that account connected as a sales page in Product settings. If one person visited 4 sales pages, then it would show as 4 sales page views. 


Unique Visitors: Total number of unique people who visited any page. If one person visited four pages, then it would show as one unique visitor.


Sales: Gross number of orders, If a single person bought 4 products, it would show as 4 sales.


Gross Revenue:  Gross revenue from all the sales.

Your Daily Profit:  Profit made on that particular day.


Overview



Filters

Name/Email/Order/Transaction Id: Search your customers' data using an easy filter, which can be name, email, payment transaction id, or order id.

Products: You can see data according to the specific product selected in this filter.

Quick Date : You can see data according to a different time range. You can also set a custom time range.

Export CSV: You can download the data as a CSV according to the set filters.

Completed/Cart Abonded: You can see only completed or only cartabond data using this setting.


Statistics

Sales: Gross number of orders. If a single person bought 4 products, it would show as 4 sales.

Revenue:  Gross revenue from all the sales. 


Sales Page Views: Total Sales page views of all the sales pages in that account connected as a sales page in Product settings. If one person visited 4 sales pages, then it would show as 4 sales page views. 


Unique Sale Page Views: Total number of unique people who visited the sales page. If one person visited sales pages for 4 Times , then it would show as 1 unique sales page visitor.


Checkout Views:  Total number of views on the checkout page. If one person opened the checkout page 4 times, it would show as 4 checkout views.

Unique Checkout Views: Total unique views on the checkout page . If one person opened the checkout page 4 times, it would show as 1 unique checkout view.

Unique Orders: Total unique orders. If single person bought 4 products, it would show as 1 unique order

Average Order Value:  Gross Revenue/Total Number of Sales.

Earning per visitor (Sales): Gross Revenue/Unique Sales page Visitors.

Earning per visitor (Checkout): (Gross Revenue/Unique Checkout Page Visitors)


Conversion Rate:  (Sales/Unique Visitors) * 100


Checkout Conversion Rate:(Sales/Unique Checkout Visitors) * 100




















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