How can I add cost and profit columns to Analytics > Orders?

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  • #89400
    Julia Hafemann
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    HI, i just purchased the plugin. The Tab Profit in Analytics is not showing. Can you help me?

    #89401
    WPFactory Plugins
    Participant
    Plugin Author

    Hi Julia,
    What tab are you referring to?
    The only thing we are adding to “Analytics > orders” so far is a couple of columns (Cost and profit)

    #89402
    Julia Hafemann
    Participant

    The only thing we are adding to “Analytics > orders” so far is a couple of columns (Cost and profit)

    Yes thats what i´m missing.

    #89403
    WPFactory Plugins
    Participant
    Plugin Author

    Hum,
    When you are accessing “Analytics > Orders” you can’t see any orders or just the columns?

    Anyway, please try to access:
    – WooCommerce > Status > Tools and click on “Clear Analytics Cache”

    And let me know if it works 😉

    #89404
    Julia Hafemann
    Participant

    Hum,
    When you are accessing “Analytics > Orders” you can’t see any orders or just the columns?

    Anyway, please try to access:
    – WooCommerce > Status > Tools and click on “Clear Analytics Cache”

    And let me know if it works 😉

    Hi, i did clear the cache. Still the same. I miss the Colums next to Orders, Clients, Stock and Tax…like Costs and Profit.

    #89405
    Julia Hafemann
    Participant

    Hi, i did clear the cache. Still the same. I miss the Colums next to Orders, Clients, Stock and Tax…like Costs and Profit.

    #89406
    WPFactory Plugins
    Participant
    Plugin Author

    Hi Julia,
    Maybe you’re just looking at the wrong place. Please, take a look at this screenshot:
    https://ibb.co/wNPVFvw

    This is where we’re adding the new columns at “Analytics > Orders”.
    This is where you’ve been looking?

    And just to make sure, can you please confirm that you enabled the “COG Settings > Tools & Reports > Analytics > Orders”?

    #89407
    Julia Hafemann
    Participant

    Thats not what i ment.

    This is missing from you documentaion:

    Profit by Date
    All profit by date reports will allow you to see your net sales (minus costs you’ve excluded), total cost of goods, total profit, and average profit per order for the selected time span. Hovering over an overview on the left side will highlight the correct portion of the graph.

    WooCommerce Cost of Goods Profit by date
    Profit by Date report

    Profit by Product
    All profit by product reports will allow you to see your net sales (minus costs you’ve excluded) for the item, total costs for the item, total item profit, and total item purchases for the selected time span.

    In order to view a report, you must select a product in the “Product Search” section. Hovering over an overview on the left side will highlight the correct portion of the graph.

    WooCommerce Cost of Goods Profit by product
    Profit by Product report
    The profit by product reporting section also has a helpful, adjustable widget that will show you most profitable and least profitable sellers for your given time span. You can switch between “most profitable” and “least profitable” product lists by clicking the action in the bottom right of the widget.

    WooCommerce Cost of Goods most profitable products widget
    Most Profitable Products

    WooCommerce Cost of Goods least profitable products widget
    Least Profitable Products

    Profit by Category
    All profit by category reports will show you total profit for each selected category within your given time span. Hovering over an overview on the left side will highlight the correct portion of the graph.

    WooCommerce Cost of Goods Profit by category
    Profit by Category report
    If you select a parent category (such as “Clothing”), the total profit for this category will include the sum of profit for products within this category along with those in child categories (such as “Hoodies” or “Tee shirts”).

    #89408
    Julia Hafemann
    Participant
    #89409
    WPFactory Plugins
    Participant
    Plugin Author

    Hi Julia,
    Probably we are just talking about different things.
    We only have reports in three different areas:

    1. Analytics > Orders
    2. WooCommerce > Reports > Orders > Cost of goods
    3. WooCommerce > Reports > Stock > Cost of goods

    The text you pasted is from another plugin

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