Hi everyone, in the previous post, we have already discuss about Magento 2 admin overview, in this post, I will continue that post by more detail information: Explore Magento 2 admin dashboard!
Always, when you sign in the Magento 2 store, the first thing you see is the dashboard with the overview of Sale and customer’s behavior.
Here is the Magento admin dashboard screenshot from Magento 2 demo of Magestore:
As you can see, in this dashboard view, in the left of screen is the information about Lifetime Sales, Average order, Last search term.
The graph shows the orders and amounts for the selected date range. You can use the tabs above the graph to toggle
between the two views. The tabs at the bottom provide quick reports about your best-selling and most viewed products, new customers and those who have purchased the most. The dashboard is the default startup page for the Admin, although you can change the configuration to display a different page when you log in. You can also set the starting dates used in dashboard reports, and disable the display of the charts section.You can produce Dashboard snapshot reports for each store view. The tabs at the bottom of the page summarize
You can produce Dashboard snapshot reports for each store view. The tabs at the bottom of the page summarize your best-selling and most viewed products, new customers, and those who have purchased the most during the time period specified.
How to configure the chart in Magento 2 admin dashboard
On Magento 2 admin sidebar, click to STORE . A hidden table flies out, you need to click on Configuration in the setting mode.
You can config your store for yourself with following options:
- In the panel on the left, under Advanced, choose Admin.
- In the Dashboard section, set Enable Charts to “Yes.”
Set the Beginning Dates
In the panel on the left under General, choose Reports
In the Dashboard section do the following:
a. Set Year-To-Date Starts to the Month and Day.
b. Set Current Month Starts to the Day.
Choose the Data Source
If you have a lot of data to process, the performance of the Dashboard can be improved by turning off the display of real time data.
1. In the panel on the left, tap to expand Sales. Then, choose Sales.
2. Tap to expand the Dashboard section, and do the following:
For real-time data, set Use Aggregated Data (beta) to “Yes.”
For historical data, set Use Aggregated Data (beta) to “No.”
Change the Startup Page
1. In the panel on the left, tap to expand Advanced. Then, choose Admin.
2. Tap to expand the Startup Page section.
3. Choose the Startup Page that you want to appear when you log in to the Admin. The list includes every page in the Admin menu structure.
When complete, tap Save Config .
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Above is the Magento 2 dashboard administrators guide which gives you the basic information about how to manage and understand Magento 2 admin dashboard. If you don’t understand anything or want to ask about specific problems related to Magento dashboard, you can feel free to comment here, I will reply soon!