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How to use the Analytics Dashboard
How to use the Analytics Dashboard

Learn how you can use the dashboard have an overview of how your business is doing

Elín Inga avatar
Written by Elín Inga
Updated over a week ago

Hey there! Are you a business owner looking to stay on top of your game? 🚀

Look no further than our amazing dashboard!

Rather watch a video?

You'll love how easy it is to track your progress with our three main categories:

  1. Booked appointments

  2. SMS messages

  3. New clients

But wait, there's more - You can break down these categories to get a more detailed analysis 🔍

Trust us, once you start using our dashboard, you won't know how you ever managed without it.

Where can I find the dashboard?

Using a computer?

Just click the Dashboard on the left side of the screen

Or are you using your phone? 📱

Click the three stripes in the bottom left corner and scroll down until you see Dashboard

Now for the fun part - there are endless possibilities for you to select what you want to see on the dashboard.

First, you can choose if you want to look at booked appointments, SMS messages, or new clients.

Below you can add a condition and you can also click Add data if you want to compare two different data points at the same time.

For instance, you can check how many appointments were canceled over a particular period by selecting "booked appointments," adding a condition for attendance set to canceled, and picking your desired time frame. Click update graph and voila!

And guess what? You can even find out which staff member has the most canceled appointments! Just click on Add condition and select a Staff member. It's that simple!

Want to see how many new customers you've gained in the past month and how many appointments are coming from the Noona app?

First, click on New clients ➡️ click Add data and select Add condition. Choose Booking origin" and select Booked with the Noona app.

Well done!

Now you can see your top data highlighted in red and your second data highlighted in blue.

These examples are just the tip of the iceberg. I strongly encourage you to take some time to explore the dashboard and discover all the different ways it can help you understand your business better. Don't be afraid to play around with it and see what you can find.

As always if you have any questions you are welcome to reach out to us through the chat bubble ❤️

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