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Sold Tickets analytics

Posted: September 27, 2019 at 9:53 am


September 27, 2019 at 9:53 am


We are currently checking the number of tickets sold by entering the edit page of each event.

Is there any way that our workers can keep track of how many tickets have been sold and what kind of tickets are they without having to enter the backend of our website?

We also need to discriminate events, so that a worker can see the number of tickets sold for a particular event we want him to see, but not for other events.

Thank you in advance.


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September 30, 2019 at 6:52 am

Hi there,

Currently, the only front end output we have for this is within the ticket selector (the sale info on the additional details) which you have disabled on your site, I assume as it is visible for all visitors.

For a ‘sales report’ on the front end for specific users, you would need something custom.

To give users access to that data (without creating your own custom front end output for it) you would need to give them access to the admin and you can create user accounts that only have access to events they are set as the author.

As you’ve asked how to do this without giving them admin access I’m guessing that won’t work for you?

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