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Transactions report with sessions

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Hi everyone. I work for a booking engine company and I have several customers that gave me access to their Analytics reporting.

 

I just realized that one of them has a Transactions report that gives me detailed and individual reports of each reservation they receive, but i cant see the same in other accounts. 

 

How can I see the same in the other accounts?

 

Thank you!

 

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The answer is.

 

If you don't have Enhanced Ecommerce reporting you will have Transactions view. If you DO have it enabled, you can see them in the SALES Performance.

 

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Transactions report with sessions

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Do you have ecommerce tracking setup in those other accounts?

 

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1037249?hl=en



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Analytics.pngYeah. The only difference is that the one that shows transactions dont have Enhanced turned on.

 

But i would assume that if you turn everything on, you would have more reports, not less.

 

 

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The answer is.

 

If you don't have Enhanced Ecommerce reporting you will have Transactions view. If you DO have it enabled, you can see them in the SALES Performance.

 

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