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Show sum of product prices and product names per checkout step

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Hi everybody,

 

basically the subject is already the question:

Where can I see at which checkout step was how much possible revenue involved?

Thus I could see how much money was lost between each step.

 

In addition it would be helpful for me to see the corresponding products for each step, is there a way?

 

Thanks for any advice!

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March 2016

Re: Show sum of product prices and product names per checkout step

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Hi,

I would, as an idea, try and send a custom dimension / metric which would be defined as total amount in each of the checkout steps. Please note that when sending a custom metric you should send it only once per step per session as otherwise you could potentially inflate the number each time a person enters a step in the checkout process multiple times.

The calculation would probably need to be made in a 3rd party tool such as excel or google sheets.

Kind regards,
Zorin
Web analyst @ escapestudio.net

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Accepted by topic author jked
March 2016

Re: Show sum of product prices and product names per checkout step

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Top Contributor
Hi,

I would, as an idea, try and send a custom dimension / metric which would be defined as total amount in each of the checkout steps. Please note that when sending a custom metric you should send it only once per step per session as otherwise you could potentially inflate the number each time a person enters a step in the checkout process multiple times.

The calculation would probably need to be made in a 3rd party tool such as excel or google sheets.

Kind regards,
Zorin
Web analyst @ escapestudio.net