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Fiverr had updated the SALES ANALYTICS dashboard. They had merged various elements from the revenue page, graphs from the my gigs page, some videos for upselling, a rating tab and many more stuffs.

Here’s what are now shown -

  1. Revenue details
  2. A graphical view of the total earnings, cancelled, completed and new orders.
  3. Some sales analytics of the last 30 days.
  4. Performance
  5. A section on Cancellations.
  6. Ratings.
  7. The historial chart of your promotion.
  8. World domination

What are your opinions on this?

  • It’s amazing
  • It’s good
  • Neutral
  • Not so bad
  • It’s bad
  • I don’t know 😮

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Not just now, it was a few days ago. Right now, my shiny new updated analytics page doesn’t show at all.

I was on that page just a few moments ago and when I reponed that, I noticed the new update. Btw you might be one of the BETA testers…(?) 😁

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A Beta tester who can’t test because it’s not showing… 😸

The page is all right, I guess (at least when it’s working). It does give more info than the old one.

I went to and from that page 5-6 times now and it is working fine for me though… 😸

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I don´t have the new page but I only care about my world domination anyway 😉 and I got that map already, so if that map will still be there, I´ll pick ‘Amazing’…if I ever get things like the new analytics, among other new shinies.

This is how it looks -

Btw I didn’t like the decision of removing the interface where the regions were coloured on a dark to light scale basing on the density of the buyers from those regions. (Though everything else is same expect the colour is changed to grey)

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I don’t like the performance stats. Too simplistic, therefore not statistically accurate. It’s simply comparing with the overall % for the category. It seems I now have to raise a call with CS to fix the response rate though if it’s going to show up there and tell me I’m being a naughty girl.

I’m not keen on the line that shows no progress whatsoever towards being a TRS! 🙂

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I don’t like the performance stats. Too simplistic, therefore not statistically accurate. It’s simply comparing with the overall % for the category. It seems I now have to raise a call with CS to fix the response rate though if it’s going to show up there and tell me I’m being a naughty girl.

I’m not keen on the line that shows no progress whatsoever towards being a TRS! 🙂

i have an idea to change:grin: the view to geo location

but it will take a lot TXT writing and HTML with CSS mashup

what to say LOL

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i have an idea to change:grin: the view to geo location

but it will take a lot TXT writing and HTML with CSS mashup

what to say LOL

What I wanted was something proportional to the number of sales actually. For example I was late with an order recently because the buyer had a slow response turnaround. He was nice so I didn’t want to cancel just to meet the deadline. But because I limit my orders at any one time, my 1 late delivery doesn’t look good % wise. If someone else has 100 deliveries but is late on 5 of them, I think that’s worse. Maybe it’s not. Maybe I’m just being sensitive.

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What I wanted was something proportional to the number of sales actually. For example I was late with an order recently because the buyer had a slow response turnaround. He was nice so I didn’t want to cancel just to meet the deadline. But because I limit my orders at any one time, my 1 late delivery doesn’t look good % wise. If someone else has 100 deliveries but is late on 5 of them, I think that’s worse. Maybe it’s not. Maybe I’m just being sensitive.

@capitalquality yes exactly and more like google maps so we can GEO track our sellers

it will help us to target specific products at specific places

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What I wanted was something proportional to the number of sales actually. For example I was late with an order recently because the buyer had a slow response turnaround. He was nice so I didn’t want to cancel just to meet the deadline. But because I limit my orders at any one time, my 1 late delivery doesn’t look good % wise. If someone else has 100 deliveries but is late on 5 of them, I think that’s worse. Maybe it’s not. Maybe I’m just being sensitive.

Another metrics could be useful for gig analysis is how many times you had to extend a delivery deadline.

I had to do 2 for the first time ever.

Now I wonder DOES THAT have an affect on my gig placement? :thinking:

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I love it— it shows the relationship of cancellations to our sales and income. I can see a correlation to the two on that. Based on that graph yes there obviously is a direct relationship, meaning they change our placements.

It still isn’t fair that I had two large orders cancelled due to the buyer mistakenly buying 3 duplicates and cancelling two of them.

Why that should affect my income and where my gigs show does not make a whole lot of sense.
After that happened sales and income tanked.

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I miss seeing the total earnings for the month being tallied as it comes in, in one easy to read figure, so I can see how I’m doing day by day. They should have left that.

edit: I see it is still there

I miss seeing the total earnings for the month being tallied as it comes in, in one easy to read figure, so I can see how I’m doing day by day. They should have left that.

Isn’t that number still on our Dashboard? While it may be nice to see it both places, I think it’s still easy to see.

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I see the monthly number in both places. The Dashboard and the Analytics page. I believe this is the number we are discussing?

Maybe I’m missing something.

DAH… I see @misscrystal updated her previous message because it is there.


Mod Note: Great topic! Please continue discussion in this thread: https://forum.fiverr.com/t/new-analytics-page/

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