Reports: Registration Details Report
Only want to see revenue and participation for a specific race/class? No problem, just click the Filter button and you can create whatever specific report you're looking for.
Instead of having to create filters every time you come to the Registration Report, create a filter and click "Save". That filter will then appear in your Saved Reports dropdown for you to access in one click whenever you want.
Change the dates on the top right of the chart to see how your activity within specific time periods.
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
By default we don't include canceled participant counts (or their revenue impact) in the numbers. Want to include cancelled participants, click the checkbox under the graph that says "Include canceled participants".
You need to alter the date range to match the events. For instance, if you want to see registrations for an event in 2012, but your report date range is 2014, no data will appear until you change the report date range to a period in which you may had activity for the 2012 event.
LINKS TO OTHER REPORTS
* Reports Overview - the reports homepage with links to all reports
* Event Marketing Report - track your ROI for all marketing activities
* Other Reports - a plethora of cool reports you should check out, including...
* ...How many times people participated in your events - yup, look at it. It's pretty cool.
* Custom Questions - aggregate results for each custom question (like t-shirt size)
* Cancellation + Deferrals - everybody who cancelled/deferred including when and why
* Revenue Details - drill down to see where money came from for each statement
* Class Change - see everybody who moved from one race/class to another
* Custom Participant Details Reports - create your own reports in Participant Details
* USA Triathlon Accounting Form - easily create and submit your post-race accounting to USAT
* Merchandise + E-Commerce - see how much you're selling by event
* Registration Method - breakdown of online vs manual vs check registrations
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