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See some information about using DashGoo, which can help you get started with reports and dashboards

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Written by Fernando Vital
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Creating Reports

DashGoo focuses on metrics analysis. You connect your data sources to our system and you can start creating reports for your clients.

First you have to connect your ADS, Google Analytics, Facebook, Instagram and other accounts, then you create a client and finally a report.

To create a report you’ll need to add data widgets or KPIs. What is the difference between them?

A data widget will show you the numbers and results of several metrics including charts and tables. You can check the general performance of your campaigns, ads or websites with different metrics.

A KPI (Key Performance Indicator) will show you a single result of a single metric. For example, you can add a KPI to show you how many impressions your ad had ou how many likes your Facebook Fanpage has. KPIs can be add through Overview widget (where you can add several KPIs at once) or through Manual KPI (where you can add numbers manually).

PDF Reports

Reports created on DashGoo can be converted on PDF files and sent by e-mail to your clients. These same reports can be scheduled to be automatically sent every week or month.

Report Templates

To speed things up you can create report templates or use our existing templates. This way you don’t need to waste time creating a report from zero. Create default templates and set them up for as many clients as you want, without having to edit reports later.

There’s much more

You can include your company and your client’s company logo on reports, set up an 100% white-label Client Portal with an exclusive online address, create dashboards to your clients access online and much more.

How to Contact DashGoo

In case you didn’t find your answers here, DashGoo users can contact us by the service icon located in the app. We look forward answering all the questions, we leave no one without a return. 😉

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