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ArrayThemes
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I’d like to be able to see all of my current portfolio items on a graph. It would simply show which files are selling better as the month goes on. The graph could be switched back and forth from how much it’s earned versus how many sales you’ve had so far.

That would be a great thing to look at and gauge how your individual files are selling. Might help us recognize we need to implement updates to themes that aren’t selling great.

I think we can all agree, we love looking at those numbers! Let’s see some sales trends graphs! :)

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Pixelworkshop
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Ok it’s not what you’re looking for but did you know Envato’s analytics ?

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enstyled
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Ok it’s not what you’re looking for but did you know Envato’s analytics ?

Didn’t know about that :) Thanks

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Monkify
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From what I heard only the top 500 authors can access it, due to the fact that it’s currently a trial. :(

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kevinsturf
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It actually works, just grab your api key and pop in your username and in you go

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BroOf
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From what I heard only the top 500 authors can access it, due to the fact that it’s currently a trial. :(

No it is now open for every user.

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redfactory
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Well this is only analytics for visits (much appreaciated btw!). I have a small webapp to keep track of our sales with graphs and such. I was thinking of making a wp theme out of it and allow envato users to register, using their acount name and API key. I’ll keep you posted on that one ;)

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EugeneO
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You could try trEnv or iEnvato.

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Monkify
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Oh that’s great :D There’s really not a whole lot of stats though. I love the idea of analytics, but I would like to see some more statistics. Specifically sales, and being able to show multiple months on the same graph, and calculation for conversion rates (sales vs views). Obviously just with sales and views we can figure out a lot, but it would be nice to package it all for us. :)

Edit: Thanks Eugene, that trEnv looks like a great app.

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ArrayThemes
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Specifically sales, and being able to show multiple months on the same graph, and calculation for conversion rates (sales vs views).

Exactly what I’m sayin! trEnv looks pretty cool, but the idea of having to download the CSV all the time isn’t ideal. Not complaining!

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