Hello it's Mat! 😁

In your dashboard, you've probably noticed the "Analytics" section to show the results you got with WideBundle.

You may have wondered what each number mean.

So here we go! Let's take a look together at what makes up the Analytics section.

1️⃣ The period

The 1st one we can see in the analytics section is the period of your results.

You can choose to display the sales of the last 24 hours, the last week, the last month and finally the last year.



2️⃣ The numbers

Then you have 3 columns with 3 different numbers.

The first column is the amount you made on products that have a bundle enabled. So you won't see all the sales of your store.

The second column corresponds to the amount you would have made on the products if you did not have a bundle. This is an estimate.

To calculate it, we will simply look at the cheapest offer of your product and consider that it is the amount that customers would have paid if you did not have the offers.

Generally, the cheapest offer corresponds to a quantity of product equal to 1 and corresponds to the basic product, without any supplement.

The third column uses the first two columns and shows by how much your revenue has been multiplied thanks to the offers. It allows you to get an idea of the efficiency of WideBundle.



3️⃣ The graph

Depending on the period you have selected, you will be able to see your sales on a curve so that it is more visual for you. On this curve you will find the amount of sales with bundle and the amount you would have earned if you had no offers on the product (the first 2 columns).



That's it! Now you know more about the Analytics section.

If there are any points that are not clear, don't hesitate to contact our customer support 😁

Mat
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