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Sales Dashboard


The Sales Dashboard is the main page of the SellerWit App. It allows you to quickly get a glance at the key numbers for your account and to gauge the health and sales trends of your Amazon Seller Account.
The Dashboard is split up in 4 sections:


Order Graph and Revenue Graph

Top Selling Items

Recent Orders







1. Stats

Across the top of the page are six key stats for all inventory items. These include Gross Sales, Gross Profit, Quantity Sold, the Quantity of Orders, Cost of Goods Sold, and Refunds. You can change the default date range very quickly in the General Settings. The Percentages you see under the Stats are the changes from Previous date ranges based on the selection.



These stats can be changed by clicking on the date range in the top right corner. Changing the Date Range will also affect the stats as well as the Order and Revenue graphs below. You can select; Today, Yesterday, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days, This Month, Last Month, This Year, and Custom. When selecting “Custom” you can change date either in independent popup calendars for start and end dates, or simply type in the start and end date underneath the word Custom, see screenshot below:









2. Order Graph and Revenue Graph

These graphs give a quick peek at the order and sold quantities and revenues, both gross and net profit for the selected date ranges. You can change the graphs within the filter chosen for the date range to display the information broken down by; Day, Week, Month and Year. This is a way to quickly visualize trends and changes in revenues over a specific time period.







3. Top Selling Items

The top selling items bar is another way to quickly see which items are selling well to assist with your planning and buying strategies. You can change the default number of items that are displayed in the settings under Dashboard Settings, or change the amount in the White Box in the top right corner of the section.


Clicking on an individual item will bring you to the item dashboard where you can see detailed information for the specific item.







4. Recent Orders

The recent orders section is a way see your orders, the status and net profits for each order. You can use the Search bar to search for specific orders or use the default view to see all recent orders.



Expanding the filter option (circled in the screenshot below) gives the option to refine your search for a specific order by: Order ID, Sales Channel, Finance Type, Order Status, ASIN, and SKU.





You can see Detailed information about each order, including the item information and the amounts paid for the item and all fees, taxes and the item costs by clicking on the "i" icon, circled in the screenshot below:







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