Kwikcart-Overview of Dashboard

Modified on Sat, 25 Jun 2022 at 05:36 PM

When you’re trying to scale your website, you need to strategize your marketing goals and objectives, and data is an important aspect of the same. With the right data and insights into your current strategies, making plans for the future becomes much more objective and easier.

Now, as we talk about data, you need to have it in a comprehensible and insightful format. A single-screen view that provides all the necessary information and insights at a glance is best. That’s what you get with the Kwikcart Dashboard.

Let’s get deeper into this and provide you with an overview of the entire dashboard.

What is Kwikcart Dashboard?

Kwikcart Dashboard is a sort of admin panel in your Kwikcart account where you can have insights into all the data and activities on your website so as to analyze the same and strategize for the future.

You can view data in three different formats, viz., product-specific data, domain-specific data, and time period-specific data. Additionally, you can use multiple components on the dashboard to make the best use of the data available for your perusal.

Components of Kwikcart Dashboard

The Kwikcart Dashboard is equipped with every component that you’ll ever need to manage and analyze your website and other sales funnels data. Herein below is a complete overview and explanation of every component of the Kwikcart Dashboard.

Overview of All the Views and Other Options in the Same

Product Specific View

This dashboard component allows you to view data based on your products. If there’s one particular product for which you want to perform data analysis, you can go to the Overview section of the Dashboard, and in the “Select Product” column, select the product for which you want to extract the data. The dashboard will go into the Product Specific View and show you the relevant product data.

Domain-Specific View

You may have a variety of domains. However, if you want to look through data relating to one particular domain, the Domain Specific View helps. You can select the domain in the same Overview section. The domain selection column is placed right next to the product selection option. Simply click on the “Select Domain” button and select the domain for which you want to view the data.

Time Specific View

This view allows you to observe and analyze the data for a particular time period. You’ll find a calendar option just next to the domain selection option in the dashboard. Simply enter the dates from and to which you want the data, and the dashboard will present the same in its time-specific view.

In addition to choosing dates on the calendar, the other components also provide you with a time-specific view of the data. In those components, you can choose the time period based on the days from options like Today, Yesterday, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days, or Last 1 Year. This means that the dashboard is capable of showing you data that even dates back to a year.

Print the Dashboard

If you want a hard copy of the data available on your Kwikcart Dashboard, it’s easy and quick. All you have to do is click on the print button on the dashboard, and it will print the copy for you.

Login Options Management

Since the dashboard is an admin panel, you can find all the login options in it. Whether you want to make changes to your dashboard and account settings, switch between dashboards, or log out of your dashboard, you can manage all of it with this Login Management component of the Kwikcart dashboard.

Order Details

You always want to have the details of the orders you’ve got so that you can manage the production, sales, and deliveries. With the Order Details component of the Kwikcart dashboard, everything is available at a glance. You can see all the data you need for order management.

Here are the various elements that you’ll find in the Order Details component of the dashboard-

  1. Total Orders to view the number of orders you have got for a particular product, domain, or time period, depending on the view you have chosen.

  2. Customers to view the total number of customers for a particular product, domain, or time period, depending on the view you have chosen.

  3. Average Order Value to view the data on the order value you have on an average from all the orders for a particular product, domain, or time period, depending on the view you have chosen.

  4. Total Sales show the data on the sales you’ve made for a particular product, domain, or time period, depending on the view you have chosen.

  5. Conversion shows the percentage of visitors that you’ve converted to your customers for a particular product, domain, or time period, depending on the view you have chosen.

Sales and Earnings

When you’re into a business, you need to make sales and earnings to keep operating. So, having data on the same is essential. The Sales and Earnings component of the Kwikcart dashboard gives you an insight into the same.

You can view all the sales you have made over the course of the time period that you choose. Additionally, you can have a look at the total earnings from the sales. Total earnings mean the sales value less the expenses you’ve incurred during the course of your operations.

Visit and Visitors

It’s also essential to keep a check on the website traffic that you’re receiving to get an insight into how it’s working. With the Visits and Visitors component, this is possible.

You can select a time period for which you want to check the visits and visitors, and the dashboard will give you a graphical as well as a numerical view of the data you’re seeking.

Online Store Clicks

If you are aware of the clicks that you’re receiving on the CTA buttons on your online store, it can become easier for you to follow through on the sales and conversions, and even those who didn’t end up placing an order.

With this component, you can easily view the clicks that you’ve received over a certain time period.

Conversion Rate

Conversions are important to boost your business. So, you need to keep a check on the conversion rates so that you can analyze them and take measures to enhance them.

With the Conversion Rate component, it becomes easy. You can view the conversion rate on three different parameters -

  1. Add to Cart shows the conversion rate regarding the visitors who added the products to their cart during the chosen time period.

  2. Reached Checkout shows the conversion rate regarding the visitors who proceeded to checkout but abandoned without making the final payment.

  3. Purchased shows the most meaningful conversion rates indicating the percentage of visitors who finally paid and placed the order to buy the product.

Recent Orders

If you want to manage your orders efficiently, it’s essential that you keep a tab on the most recent orders that you’ve got over a certain duration. With this component, it’s easy. You simply have to select the time period, and the dashboard will present you with a list of all recent orders for that time period.

Sales Overview

In addition to knowing the amount for which you’ve made sales, you also need to know where those sales are coming from. This component helps you analyze the same by showing the percentage of sales you’re making on different parameters such as browser, location, device, traffic, and pages.

Top Performing Location, Website, and Product

If you have a range of products and websites, you need to know the ones that are top-performing so that you can put more focus on growing your business from them and strategize the other products and websites accordingly.

Additionally, knowing the location where you’re most trending is helpful too to help you focus on enhancing the services in that location.

With the top-performing component for location, websites, and products, you have all this data handy. The dashboard will show you the locations where you’re performing the best, the websites that are bringing the top results, and the products that are most liked by the visitors.

Online Store Sessions

It’s also important to keep a view on the sessions that the visitors indulge in your store. The online store sessions component helps get that overview based on different parameters. You can get the data on online store sessions based on traffic as well as sessions from browsers and devices. Additionally, you can find data on the top landing pages in this component. 

Final Words

So, this was an end-to-end overview of the Kwikcart dashboard, elaborating every component and element you can find on it. With all these components, you can be sure that the dashboard doesn’t miss even a single piece of important information.

We hope this helps, and you will find the data you need on the dashboard more easily now!

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