The Advanced Reports extension from EventPrime offers additional functionalities to efficiently manage payments, attendees, and bookings, complementing the existing reporting features provided by EventPrime.
Here are the key features of the Advanced Reports extension:
Payment Analysis: With this extension, you gain the ability to analyze the payment methods used by your customers, such as Offline, Stripe, or Paypal. In this section, you can view a chart that presents the daily revenues generated. Additionally, you can access a table that provides details, including the Booking ID, Event, Event Date, Status, and Payment Gateway. An exclusive advantage of this extension is the option to export all these details in CSV format, which is not available in the core reports of EventPrime.
Attendees Analysis: The Advanced Reports extension also includes a tab that provides insights into attendee details for your events. Here, you can observe the number of attendees booking for a particular event on specific dates through an attendee-per-date graph.
How to install and use Advanced Reports Extension?
First of all, you need to install an extension through your WordPress Dashboard.
To use the features, follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to the EventPrime admin menu in your WordPress website dashboard.
Step 2: On the Reports page, you will see three tabs: Booking, Payments, and Attendees. We have already discussed how to use the Booking tab here.
Step 3: To analyze your payments, click on the Payments tab. Here, you can filter payments by specifying a date range, selecting an event (either all events or a specific one), choosing a payment method, and selecting a booking status.
As you scroll down, you’ll find a graph that displays the revenue trend based on selected dates. This can help you identify revenue patterns.
Additionally, there is a table that provides information about each booking. It includes the booking ID, event details, event date, booking status, and payment gateway used. You can also export these details in CSV format.
Step 4: To analyze the attendee trend, click on the Attendees tab. Here, you can view the Total Revenue, Total Booking, and Total Attendees.
As you scroll down, you’ll see a graph displaying the number of bookings and attendees per day. This graph helps you understand the trend of attendees over time.
Similar to the Payments tab, there is a table that provides information about each booking, including the booking ID, event details, event date, booking status, and payment gateway used. You can also export this information in CSV format.
That’s it! By following these steps, you can use the features provided by the extension to analyze your payments and attendee trends.
In conclusion, these features empower you to understand your event’s payment patterns better, identify the most popular payment methods, track daily revenues, and analyze attendee booking trends. With the ability to export data in CSV format, you can conveniently perform further analysis or integrate the information into other systems. The attendee details section enables you to monitor attendance trends and make informed decisions and optimize your event management processes.
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