Dashboard is a basic, default section which combines important information in the form of report from a user account and a guidepost to other sections of the system.
The whole system is divided into the following basic groups, accessible from the top of the screen:
- Dashboard – represents central report of performance of individual sales channels, customers or sales statistics for a specific period
- Content – allows you to edit products, categories, create variants, sets of products ect.
- Orders – the section keeps orders from all channels in one place with the option of detailed filters
- Sales channels – manage and create individual sales channels (such as electronic stores, Amazon or eBay links)
- Users – brings together all users and customers
- Brick-and-mortar stores – introduces a section for managing electronic cash registers and classic physical stores
- Marketing – section holding discount events or discussion posts of all sales channels
- Settings – creation of companies, warehouses, suppliers, user rights, links to other extensions, ..
The first login into Retailys takes you to the Dashboard home page. Here you can view individual statistics of your sales channels for your selected period (more in Dashboard overview).
The statistics you can track:
- Total turnover
- Number of products on sales channels
- Number of orders
- Number of customers
- Number of orders from individual countries – color-coded according to order frequency
- Overview of turnover in the chart for individual days or periods
- Top products: Top sellers by revenue / number of sales
- Top customers: most active customers by revenue / number of purchases
Click on a product name in Top products to get into product edit. To view the top product tab, click on image. Clicking on a name in Top customers will take you to the list of orders for that customer only.
Use the gear at the top right to choose the sales channel / businesses for which you want to see the statistics (more in Dashboard settings picture).
Here you can set up a time period for which you want to see the statistics (from one day to the last year or choose your own time range).