Shopify only allows the store owner to install apps. If you're not the store owner, share our app install page URL with your store owner at https://www.sourcemedium.com/shopify-app.
Your Shopify store ID is the first part of the URL when you're logged into your store. After logging into Shopify, look for the URL in your browser and copy the first part of the URL. For example, if your store URL is https://my-test-store.myshopify.com, your store ID is "my-test-store". Use that to install the Daily Slack Report app to your store.
There could be a few causes for discrepancies with Google Analytics Enhanced Ecommerce. For instance, GA will not work properly for users with Ad Block enabled, so those orders will not make it into the system. Depending on our Enhanced Ecommerce setup, there could also be over-reporting for cancelled and refunded orders.
We calculate metrics for orders with the financial statuses of "Paid," "Partially Paid," "Authorized," and "Partially Refunded" to ensure that the reported revenue is realized. We also do not take refunds into account for the time being. (we will in a future update) If you'd like to replicate the numbers Source Medium is reporting in Shopify Sales Report, filter for the statuses mentioned here and add in the refund amount.
We use data from Shopify to build the reports, based on your store's default timezone and currency. The report is sent out daily at 5am EST everyday. Due to the geographic span of our customer base, we'll be sending the reports at 5am in the store's default timezone in the near future.
We're actively working on our anomaly detection and alerting feature. To ensure that the alerts are relevant and noise-free, we're in alpha testing with a select few customers. If you're interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The daily report groups orders from the previous day using the store's default timezone. Revenue numbers are calculated using each order's subtotal, which is the amount after discounts but before shipping, taxes, and tips.
All breakdowns are calculated using the data directly from Shopify. Shopify ties a range of meta data to each order, which we use to aggregate and present to you for additional insights.