Within Orders, Bundle Builder provides you with a detailed overview of all your bundle order data - this includes your revenue, number of bundles sold, your best-selling bundle and best-selling products within your bundles.
Selecting a Date Range
By default, your bundle data graph will show the Last 30 days. However, you can change this to show a date range which suits you - simply use the options in the drop-down menu under Date range.
Alternatively, if you would like to view a Custom date range, simply use the calendar to manually select the first and last date in your chosen date range.
Changing the Graph
You can change whether you would like the graph to show the Bundles sold or the Revenue generated by using the drop-drown menu to the right of your date range.
Breaking Down the Data
Sales and Best-Sellers
Under your graph, you have the option to view specific data points regarding your bundle sales within the date range you have selected. This includes:
- Sales - your revenue for bundle sales within your selected date range.
- Bundles Sold - the amount of bundles that have been sold within your selected date range.
- Best Selling Bundle - the bundle which has sold the best within your selected date range.
- Best Selling Individual Products - the specific products within your bundles that have sold the best within your selected date range.
Filtering Your Sales Data
Below your sales and best-sellers data, you will see a breakdown of each specific sale made through Bundle Builder.
You have the option to Filter items by using the search bar, or you can use the Purchase type drop-down menu to filter your sales according to whether they are One-off purchases or Subscription purchases.
You can also use the More filters drop-down menu to further filter your sales according to:
- Purchase type
- Payment status
- Fulfilment status
Exporting Your Data
Once you have chosen the filters you wish to apply to your data, you have the option to export your data for your personal records.
By clicking Export, you can export either your Current page or All pages to either a CSV or a JSON file.
You also have the option to choose specifically which categories you export by selecting Customize export.
The following details are available to export:
- Internal ID
- Created at
- Customer ID
- Customer Name
- Order ID
- Order Number
- Shipping Address
- Shipping Company
- Shipping Address Line 1
- Shipping Address Line 2
- Shipping Address City
- Shipping Address Province
- Shipping Address Country
- Shipping Address Postal Code
- Shipping Phone Number
- Shipping All
- Notes Status
- Financial Status
- Fulfillment Status
- Internal Bundle ID
- Bundle SKU
- Bundle Name
- Product IDs (grouped)
- Variant IDs (grouped)
- Product Titles (grouped)
- SKUs (grouped)
- Barcodes (grouped)
- Selected variants by SKU (multiple fields)
You'll need to sync your order data the first time you visit the page to activate the data fields. This may take a few minutes depending on the number of bundle orders you have.
Alternatively, you have the option of using the export function under Shopify's orders.
- Within Shopify admin, go to Orders.
- Select Export.