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Monitoring

In this guide you can learn how to monitor the number of redemptions.

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Voucher browser

With the Vouchers view you can inspect any single code created within Voucherify. The filters help you find the codes you're interested in, these include:

  • Campaigns (if the code is from a given campaign)
  • Categories (if it belongs to a particular category)
  • Voucher type (differentiates between discount and gift)
  • Start date and Created (find codes activated or created on the particular date)
  • Campaign - filter by status (if the code belongs to active/inactive/expired campaign)
  • Voucher - filter by status (if the code is active/inactive/expired)
  • Metadata (filter based on your custom metadata)

You can group multiple filters, just use the + button to add the following criteria. When you're done hit the 'Reload' button, to get the results:

Finally, you can click on the interesting code to get its details:

Campaigns performance

To get the graphical overview of all of your campaigns, you should visit Campaigns view. It lists your campaigns and shows their details such as:

  • name
  • discount type
  • status
  • created date
  • expiration date
  • number of generated codes

It allows you to monitor the campaign's effectiveness by showing:

  • number of publications
  • number of redemptions

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Updated about a year ago

Monitoring


In this guide you can learn how to monitor the number of redemptions.

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