The Export Center manages your exports so you’re not stuck on one page waiting for a report to generate. If you misplace an export from the past 14 days, just visit the Export Center to quickly download it again.
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Choose a report and click the button to begin the exporting process.
1 Choose Analytics and pick a report.
2 Click the date icon, select a preset / custom range, and press Retrieve.
3 Click an export option.
4 Press OK to dismiss the window.
5 Visit the Export Center to check the export’s status or wait for email notification.
Using the Export Center
Visit the Export Center to download any export you’ve generated over the the past two weeks or to retry exports that failed.
1 Click Analytics and choose Export Center.
2 Click the icon to download when Ready.
3 For Failed exports, click the icon to retry.
4 Open the file in spreadsheet software (e.g. Excel) to view.
Transaction Table Exports
Transaction Table exports look a bit different for accounts using the Export Center. Continue below for examples and definitions of what’s included in each.
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Date and time the transaction was completed.
Name or number of the register the transaction was performed on.
Name of cashier that processed the transaction.
Type of transaction. Sale or return.
First and last name of customer (if entered at the register).
The email address of the customer (if entered at the register).
Total of transaction before discount or tax is applied.
Total discount applied to the transaction. Shown in $0.00 format.
The gross amount minus discounts.
The net total plus tax.
Any gratuity/tip added at the register if paid by credit card.
Total due plus tips. The total amount the customer pays.
The tender used for payment: cash, card payment, etc. Or, split tender if multiple tenders are used.
For credit transactions, the type of card used (Visa, MasterCard, etc.).
Last 4 Digits
For credit transactions, the last 4 digits of the card used
For credit transactions, the name on the credit card (only if swiped).
Receipt number needed to perform returns at the register.
ID number that identifies the transaction within the ShopKeep database.
Transactions by Item Export
This export lets you visualize your transactions in terms of the individual items involved. Some columns are identical to the Transactions export, but the new ones are defined below.
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Name of item as seen on receipts and BackOffice.
General group for inventory.
A subset of Department.
Provider of the inventory item. Only appears if entered in BackOffice.
If the item has a re-order code associated with it provided by the supplier.
How much the item costs you, the merchant.
The base amount the customer pays for that item at the register.
How much of the item was sold/returned in transaction.
If the item has modifiers, how much the modifiers added to the price.
Total item price before tax and discounts. Factors in price, quantity, and modifiers.
Total discount applied to the item. Shown in $0.00 format.
The item’s subtotal minus discounts.
The net total plus tax.