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Sales Report Data

The first section of the Settings tab would allow you to include some additional information to the totals table visible in Reports as well as to the report itself.

Let’s review what additional information we can add to the totals and to the report only.

  • Add order fees as a cost in the totals
  • Add order shipping as a cost in the totals
  • Add order shipping as a profit in the totals
  • Add taxes as a cost in each product

Once any of the three options have been checked, the total table will reflect it and tooltip will be visible to advise that additional costs have been added.

Note: Only the last option ”Add taxes as a cost in each product” can be added to the report table in the cost of the product.

Add custom columns to report

In the settings of the plugin, you have the option of add as many columns as you want using the custom fields. It takes the custom field value of each product in the reports.

You would just need to click ”+ Add a new column” to display the option to insert the ”column name” and the ‘‘custom field”.

Note: In ”Custom Field” option you must enter the custom field or meta name as stored in the database

Once the information has been inserted and saved, it will be visible in both Reports.

Manage previous orders’ costs

The first time you install the plugin, you have to set the cost of the products as explained here, this makes the plugin start generating information based on new orders to the reports but if you want to see old orders included it too, you need some extra steps.

Note: If you want to modify a previous product cost, you only have to set a new cost and apply the cost overriding. Remind this option overrides all the previous costs.

By clicking ”Manage Cost” you will be able have a pop-up with the three options available to apply costs to previous orders:

  • Only to orders that do not have a cost yet
  • Overriding costs in all the orders
  • Only to a specific order

If you select the the ”Only to specific order” option you will have an additional field to enter the order number.

Once the ”Apply Costs’‘ button is clicked the reports will be updated accordingly.

Import costs from WooCommerce Cost of Goods

If you are migrating from WooCommerce Cost of Goods, you will be able to import all the costs you’ve previously set up. This way, you don’t have to add the costs again on each of your products and the migration will be as easy as clicking on a button.

In fact, you just have to keep both plugins activated, go to YITH Plugins > Cost of Goods> Settings and click on the button Import Costs.

Note: This option is only visible if the WooCommerce Cost of Goods plugin is activated.