Why don't the totals in WooCommerce reports match Metorik reports?

Store admin? Check out the  report settings here. As you change them, Metorik will show you what last month's sales would be so you can compare that to WooCommerce.


You'll likely find that the totals in WooCommerce reports don't match the totals in Metorik reports. This is due to a number of reasons, which we'll outline below:

  • Multiple currencies - the rates we're using may not match the rates your store is using. Both amounts will be inaccurate, so it's recommended you filter your data by currency to get the raw, more accurate amounts.
  • Timezones - as the document explains, Metorik handles timezones a little bit better than WooCommerce, especially in cases where your store's timezone has changed over time.
  • Excluded order statuses - Metorik allows you to customise the order statuses excluded from reports (unlike WooCommerce), so if you're excluding statuses besides failed, cancelled and pending, it's likely that the report totals won't match up as WooCommerce is including statuses that you've excluded.
  • The 'date type' used for reports - By default, we'd use the 'created date', but if you change this, it can change what orders are included in reports, since not all orders have the other dates set. Eg. If you change it to 'paid date' but an order doesn't have a paid date set, it wouldn't be in the report (more on order date types here).
  • Gross sales - WooCommerce deducts refunds when calculating gross sales. This is incorrect and bad practice, so Metorik does not deduct refunds when calculating gross sales, but rather deducts them from gross sales when calculating net sales.
  • Net sales - Metorik allows you to customise what should be deducted from gross sales to determine net sales, unlike WooCommerce. Additionally, Metorik offers 2 reports related to net sales - the revenue report and the orders report. Both have differences so it's worth reading this help doc to understand them.
  • Guests treated as customers - Metorik treats guests as customers, so your customer numbers will almost definitely be higher in Metorik. We also give you control in the store settings over whether or not customers that haven't made any orders should be included in reports. More on the difference between guests and customers here.

If you feel like there's something else causing the totals not to match and want us to take a look, just  let us know.

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