The standard Analytics report. A static, sortable table that displays data in rows. A map of the world. Different regions and countries display in darker colors to indicate traffic and engagement volume. A conversion funnel you define. This lets you restrict the data that appears in the report. Select the Transaction Types you want to include in the report. You can click All to include all the transaction types, or None to de-select them.
Specify a Minimum Amount and Maximum Amount monetary range you want to include in the report. Select the transaction Results you want to include in the report. If you want to sort by specific result codes, select Other Codes from the drop-down menu and specify the result code in the Other Codes field. Select if you want to include transactions processed by Buyer Authentications. You have the following options:.
Display transactions that are signed by Buyer Authentications. Display transactions that are not signed by Buyer Authentications. If you want to display transaction both types of transactions as described above , click both the boxes.
Click Recurring Billing Transactions if you want the report to display only Recurring Billing transactions. The Display Fields section enables you to select the categories you want to display in your report. The Available Columns box lists all the possible categories, and the Selected Columns box displays all the categories that you have selected to display in the report. If you want to select all the options from the Available Columns box, select the first option, scroll down to the last option and press the Shift key while clicking on the last option.
All the options are selected. To customize the arrangement of categories in your report, select a category in the Selected Columns box and move it Up or Down. The report will display as per the ordering in the Selected Columns box. In the Sort by field, specify how you want to sort the results:
A Custom Report is a report that you create. You pick the dimensions (City and Browser, for example) and metrics (Sessions, Pageviews, and Bounce Rate, for example.
A custom report is a report that you create. You pick the dimensions and metrics and decide how they should be displayed. Learn more about Custom Reports. In this article.
For information about commissioning a custom report, such as the examples below, contact ARTBA Chief Economist Dr. Alison Premo Black, The Economic Impacts of Senate Bill 1 on Six Key Regions Across California. Custom reports look similar to other Shopify reports, but use filters to show the exact data that you need: To modify a default report, customize it by adding filters and editing columns, and then click Save as and give the report a name.
Project includes 29 predefined basic reports. If none of the default reports meet your information needs, you can use a template to create a custom basic report. The Custom Report Menu provides the means for selecting desired descriptor(s), scales, and minimum score levels to include in the report. It provides users the flexibility to custom build a report that includes only those items meeting user-specified criteria.