The item dashboard is where you get all of the detailed sales, inventory and refund information for a single SKU. The date range can be set using the Date Range Picker on the top right of the page. You can navigate to the item page for a specific item if you know the exact SKU or perform a search using a partial SKU, word in the description or ASIN. All sections of the item page can be expanded or minimized using the arrows in the corner of each section. This dashboard is split up into 8 sections:
The Alerts table section displays all relevant alerts for the item. For more information about alerts, please see the Alerts Article.
The item information box displays all of the item information, including an image, ASIN (which if clicked takes you to the product page on Amazon), your internal SKU, the current selling price, and the Item Description.
The sales information section shows all sales information including gross sales, quantity sold, your average item cost (which is brought in from your item costs page), the average selling price (which is calculated from differences in selling prices during the set date range), current selling price, Amazon selling fees, and your net profit.
The refunds Information section shows the relevant refunds information including the total amount of pieces that were returned, the percentage rate of returns based on your sales and the total dollar amount that Amazon refunded to your seller account.
The inventory information section displays the current status of the FBA inventory for the item. The information including the totals of fulfillable, unsellable, total of pieces in Amazon's warehouse, reserved, working, received and shipped. The last line has the projected stock out date, based on previous sales data.
Inventory Age Information
The inventory age box gives a detailed look at the age of the inventory located in Amazon's warehouse.
The sales graph section has graphs for the Quantity sold, Revenue, Refunds, and FBA Inventory Quantity. You can change the breakdown of data points by Day, Week, Month and Year. The graph can also be changed by clicking on the options on the top of the graph. Top line in the graph below is the gross revenue and the bottom line shows your profit, after Amazon fees.
The order table section shows all FBA orders for the chosen SKU. The filters and displays can be configured the same way as the Recent Order table found on the Sales Dashboard.