Posts by nickys

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nickys
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Just released an update, here is what changed:

Feb 23, 2015

  • Fixed a bug where Today’s earnings would show incorrectly in the Statement screen.
  • Today’s earnings in the Statement screen now includes sale reversals, author fee reversals, referral cuts and manual adjustments. Refunds and author fee refunds are not included, since technically they are spendings, not earnings.
  • All statistics in the Statistics screen now include sale reversals, author fee reversals and manual adjustments. For technical reasons the “Earnings by product, last 12 months” chart and the “Total amount earned per product” chart still take into account only sales.
  • The “Earnings by product, last 12 months” chart has been renamed to “Monthly product earnings”.
  • The “Total amount earned per product” chart has been renamed to “Total product earnings”.
  • 284 posts
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    hi nickys,

    I’ve updated my CVS and downloaded the period from the beginning, with All Marketplace Transactions.

    Now, under my Statement Tab, i got a Negative earnings today. :D

    Thanks for reporting this, I will find out what’s going on.

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    Just released an update – WE NOW HAVE FULLSCREEN CHARTS!!!!!

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    @GDragoN I’m glad it worked out.

    @Snowboy You can just add it to your homescreen and it’s just like a native app. That’s how I’m using in on my iPhone and it’s perfect. Try it :)

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    Thanks for the updates! But, historic data from CSV update is still completely wrong, and all the statistics data is based on this wrongly imported data, making history stats useless.
    Completely wrong? How?
    Well, my total earnings are as about 50% more than they actually are. For instance, in Aug 2014, your app shows $2480.00 earnings, and I really had about $1400.00. For Dec 2014 and Jan 2015 it shows about 25% and 10% more than actually was. And for Feb 2015 (current month) it shows correctly. Lats week I imported CSV file generated for the whole period of time since I started selling up to Feb 1 2015.

    Something went really wrong there. The CSV upload process is pretty straightforward and I really have no clue what could have happened. My only suggestion is to delete your sales from the database so you can start fresh and upload your CSV file again. I’m sure it will be okay.

    By the way, you should select to download sales up until the current date, not just until Feb 1 2015. Let me know if you want me to delete your sales.
    Yes, please delete all the imported sales, and I will upload new CSV after that to see if it is OK. Thanks!

    Done

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    Thanks for the updates! But, historic data from CSV update is still completely wrong, and all the statistics data is based on this wrongly imported data, making history stats useless.
    Completely wrong? How?
    Well, my total earnings are as about 50% more than they actually are. For instance, in Aug 2014, your app shows $2480.00 earnings, and I really had about $1400.00. For Dec 2014 and Jan 2015 it shows about 25% and 10% more than actually was. And for Feb 2015 (current month) it shows correctly. Lats week I imported CSV file generated for the whole period of time since I started selling up to Feb 1 2015.

    Something went really wrong there. The CSV upload process is pretty straightforward and I really have no clue what could have happened. My only suggestion is to delete your sales from the database so you can start fresh and upload your CSV file again. I’m sure it will be okay.

    By the way, you should select to download sales up until the current date, not just until Feb 1 2015. Let me know if you want me to delete your sales.

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    nickys
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    I miss the blue ‘expected earnings’ part of the ‘earnings last 12 months’ chart. And my earnings say $338 when they should be $317. Don’t get me wrong though… it’s free so I’m not exactly expecting anything, and what you’ve come up with is very impressive. Thanks!

    Believe me, I miss that too and I’ll try to add it back this Sunday. Last Sunday I switched to Google Charts and didn’t have time to add that feature as well.

    About your earnings – in theory there can be a slight difference between your actual earnings and what the stats say. There are two possible (very rare, but still possible) scenarios:

    1. You sell the same item twice within a minute. In that case, only one of the sales will be inserted and you end up with less earnings than you actually have. 2. You import your sales from CSV file and you have a sale which occurred at 09:58 for example, and then in your statement it says 10:01. I noticed that there is a slight difference between the statement API and the CSV archive. In this case the same sale will be inserted twice and you will end up with more earnings than you actually have.

    Unfortunately I can’t fix any of those, until Envato adds transaction ID to the Statement API. They already did that in the CSV archive but it’s not enough. Until then we will just have to accept slightly inaccurate data in some occasions. :/

    284 posts
    • Helped protect Envato Market against copyright violations
    • Contributed a blog post
    • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
    • Has sold $75,000+ on Envato Market and is now an Elite Author
    +9 more
    nickys
    says

    i am currently using it ,and i must say i enjoy the convenience. i saved the icon to my phone, so i easily assess it with a single click. great job!!! @nickys

    That’s the idea :) It’s just like a native app when you add the icon to your homescreen.

    284 posts
    • Helped protect Envato Market against copyright violations
    • Contributed a blog post
    • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
    • Has sold $75,000+ on Envato Market and is now an Elite Author
    +9 more
    nickys
    says

    Thanks for the updates! But, historic data from CSV update is still completely wrong, and all the statistics data is based on this wrongly imported data, making history stats useless.

    Completely wrong? How?

    284 posts
    • Helped protect Envato Market against copyright violations
    • Contributed a blog post
    • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
    • Has sold $75,000+ on Envato Market and is now an Elite Author
    +9 more
    nickys
    says

    Found the bug, should be working now. There is a little explanation in the Change Log:

    EDIT: Here is the entire Change Log, just for anyone who is interested:

    Febuary 17, 2015

  • Fixed an issue that could cause Statistics page to not show up for users with less than 12 months worth of sales.
  • Febuary 15, 2015

  • Transitioned to Google Charts. All problems with the chart tooltips should be gone.
  • Moved the color scheme picker from Settings to the Statistics screen. You can now click a button in the top right corner, choose a color scheme and instantly see how your charts will look like and it’s saved automatically.
  • Febuary 14, 2015

  • Referral cuts are now calculated in all statistics, except “Earnings by product, last 12 months” and “Total amount earned per product”.
  • Febuary 11, 2015

  • Fixed a bug where product names in the statement containing hyphens would display it’s character code, instead of the symbol.
  • The “Earnings Total” in statistics now takes into account the author fees, sale reversals, referral cuts and manual adjustments.
  • Febuary 8, 2015

  • Improved the accuracy of “Average per day” and “Estimated this month”. “Average per day” now calculates it’s value based on hours (720 hours back, which is exactly 30 days), instead of whole days. As a result, the value shouldn’t drop as soon as it’s 00:00:00 AM and go back up when it’s near 23:59:00, but it should stay more stable and accurate during the whole day.
  • Febuary 7, 2015

  • Completely reworked the mouse/touch event system. This should fix the unintended button clicks/taps and the inability to scroll the screen on touchscreen devices in certain situations.
  • CSV upload has been tested and it’s working again. No changes have been made to the database.
  • Febuary 5, 2015

  • The CSV upload feature has been temporarily turned off (until Sunday most likely). This is due to the changes to the statements Envato made on Febuary 1st.
  • Febuary 1, 2015

  • The new Author Fee is now calculated into all statistics.
  • Adjusted the tooltips for each chart. The tooltip in “Total amount earned per product” no longer shows how much exactly you have earned, because after the changes to the Envato API you can’t subtract the Author Fee for each individual product (meaning that you get an Author Fee record in your statement, but there is no way to know for sure for which product it is), which means that the actual amount data is no longer reliable.
  • January 31, 2015

  • Withdrawals are no longer calculated when displaying the amount you have earned today on the home screen.
  • The “Estimated this month” value in Statistics is now calculated based on the hours remaining this month, instead of days remaining.
  • The “Estimated this month” value in Statistics is now visualised in the “Earnings last 12 months” chart.
  • The new Author Fee is now calculated in the amount you have earned today and is no longer displayed in your statement.
  • January 29, 2015

  • Fixed a bug in Settings screen. When you click the “Upload a .csv” container it will no longer collapse the table cell.
  • January 24, 2015

  • Added color schemes for statistics charts
  • Improved layout of the Settings screen
  • Fixed an issue with the “Earnings last 30 days” chart, where it would show wrong data if there was a day with 0 sales.
  • The products in the “Total amount earned per product” are now sorted.
  • The labels in the “Earnings by product, last 12 months” popup are now sorted according to the actual data. They were reversed before.
  • Added Change Log in the Settings Screen.
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