Orders Dashboard

The Orders Dashboard provides an overview of your shop's order performance and detailed order information. This guide will help you understand the various components and features of the Orders Dashboard. See all of your orders for evey Etsy shop you own and manage all expenses related to each order to calculate your net profits. You can also see which orders were from offsite ads and the profit calculation will take this into account automatically.

Important: Orders will pull in from the beginning of the current year.


The Orders Dashboard is divided into two main sections:

  1. Summary Cards
  2. Order Details Table

Summary Cards

At the top of the dashboard, you'll find summary cards that provide a quick overview of your order performance. These cards include:

  • Today: Displays the number of orders and total profit for the current day.
  • Yesterday: Shows the number of orders and total profit for the previous day.
  • Last 7 Days: Summarizes the number of orders and total profit for the last seven days.
  • This Month: Provides the number of orders and total profit for the current month.
  • This Year: Displays the number of orders and total profit for the current year.

Each summary card includes a profit value, which is calculated based on the sales data. If expenses are missing from a timeframe then there will be a warning message saying net profits may not be completely accurate.

Order Details Table

Below the summary cards, you will find the Order Details Table. This table lists all the orders along with their details. The columns in the table include:

  • Order ID: The unique identifier for each order.
    • Example: 3321419504
  • Order Date: The date the order was placed.
  • Shop: The name of the shop where the order was placed.
  • Subtotal: The total amount of the order before shipping and fees.
    • Example: $29.00
  • Shipping: The shipping cost for the order.
    • Example: $5.00
  • Total Fees: The total fees associated with the order. Hover over the total fees to see a breakdown of each fee.
    • Example: $3.26
  • Expenses: These are product manufacturing and shipping expenses that you can input.
  • Net Profit: The profit after subtracting the fees and expenses from the subtotal.

Detailed View

Clicking on an order will expand the row to show additional details, including:

  • Transaction ID: The unique identifier for the transaction.
    • Example: 4118576783
  • Title: The title of the product in the order.
  • Quantity: The number of items in the order.
  • Expenses: Any expenses associated with the transaction. You can input your expenses here to get an accurate net profit.
  • Price: The price of the product.
  • Listing ID: The unique identifier for the product listing.
    • Example: 714160802
  • SKU: The stock-keeping unit identifier for the product.

Shop Selector

In the top-right corner of the dashboard, there is a Shop Selector dropdown menu. This allows you to filter the orders by a specific shop or view orders from all shops.

  • Example: Select "All Shops" to view orders from all shops.


The Orders Dashboard is a powerful tool for monitoring and managing your shop's orders. By using the summary cards and order details table, you can quickly gain insights into your sales performance and identify trends over different time periods.

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