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Learn more about the Multi-Metric Report and how to customize it to suit your business and marketing performance needs in one, unified report. You can customize this report to account for your desired timeframe, properties, and groupings.
The Multi-Metric Report helps you answer questions like:
- What do my key business KPIs over the last quarter look like?
- What do my key business metrics look like over the last month, attributed only to email campaigns?
- How are men versus women converting from cart to purchase, and who is spending more per order on average?
In this guide, you will learn more about what the Multi-Metric Report offers and where to find it in Klaviyo.
Build your report
1. To create a new Multi-Metric Report, navigate to the Analytics > Custom Reports.
2. Then, either browse our library of prebuilt reports or click Create from scratch.
3. Under Report Type, select Multi-Metric Report from the dropdown, and give your report a name.
4. You will be able to configure your report by selecting up to 10 different Metrics to report on. You can select any standard metric available in your account as well as select calculated metrics like certain rates (e.g., Open Rate). To add an additional metric, select + Add Metric.
5. Next, decide how you want to analyze these metrics. All standard metrics support two different dropdowns to customize your analysis. Choose one of the values from the applicable dropdown menu.
- Total, Unique, or Value
You can report on the total number of instances of an event (TOTAL) or the unique number of profiles that performed that event (UNIQUE). If the metric you select has a monetary value associated with it (e.g., Placed Order), you can also report on the value of the events (VALUE).
- SUM or AVG
You can choose one of two aggregations: SUM or AVG. SUM shows you the total of all events for your selected metric. For example, if there are two Placed Order events within the timespan you select, both with a $15 value, the VALUE SUM will be $30 and the TOTAL SUM will be 2. AVG shows the average of events that occurred for your metric. For example, if there are two Placed Order events within the timespan you select, both with a value of $15, the average will be $15.
6. You can also add a modifier to group by specific values. This allows you to build a more tailored report around your selected metrics, specific to your business needs. Choose an additional grouping by clicking +Add Group By and select your property of Product Name.
Add Group By
This option allows you to group values within your report by a specific property. You can then add a filter on top of this to make your grouping even more precise. You can group your reports by both email attribution and profile property data. Grouping and filtering by metric event properties are not possible in this report, as the different metrics you select will all have different related detailed event data. Also, reports only include events filtered by a profile property starting after that property was created. Even if a property was retroactively applied, if it didn’t exist on profiles at the time the event takes place then it won't appear in the report.
For example, you can group a multi-metric report to see a breakdown of how your revenue changes for a given month across flows and campaigns. Alternatively, group by Product Name to see how this differs by product. To do so, select +Add Group By and select your property of Product Name.
For more information on properties you can use for grouping, head to our Guide to Properties.
7. You can also add a modifier to filter your report by specific values. Choose an additional grouping by clicking + Add Filter to set this up.
Instead of grouping your report by specific attribution or profile properties, you can instead choose to limit your results by filtering what data is included. For example, if you only want to report on performance for a specific gender, you can add this as a filter.
If you want to be more inclusive, and limit to activity that meets several different criteria, you can add subsequent filters. These will all appear separated by the OR connector. At this time, it is not possible to report on a cross-section of filters separated by the AND connector. For example, you can report on all orders placed by those whose Gender equals Female OR whose Country equals United States. However, you cannot view activity only for those whose Gender equals Female AND whose Country equals United States.
For more information on the distinction between AND and OR, head to our AND vs. OR Guide.
8. Finally, customize the time range of your report so that it only shows the data you care about. To adjust the timeframe, choose your selected time range and grouping from the associated dropdowns.
You can adjust the time range to:
- Last 24 Hours
- This Week
- Last 7 Days
- Last Week
- This Month
- Last 30 Days
- Last Month
- This Year
- Last 90 Days
- Last 365 Days
- Last Year
You can also group the data by:
Run and export your report
1. After you configure a new report, the next step is to click Run Report to generate your results. A results summary will appear for you to review, and you can choose to export these results for further analysis.
While it may take some time to generate your results, you will see a robust summary of your report populate as soon as your data is ready for analysis. If you don’t want to wait, we will notify you with an in-app notification and email when your results are ready.
All of your previously run reports will be automatically saved in your Custom Analytics page. It is not possible to save a partially configured report, but every report will be automatically saved after the first time it is run. When you navigate into an existing report, a timestamp of when the report was last run will appear above your results along with an Export button.
2. To export the results of your report for further analysis, simply click Export.
Schedule your report
You also have the option to schedule a report to auto-run at a specific date and time and be notified via email when your results are ready. This way, you can set up your reports to automatically run and pull data for your review instead of manually exporting them.
Head to our guide on How to Schedule Custom Reports and learn how to set this up for your reports.
Update report results
Reports do not automatically refresh with data over time if you are using a relative timeframe such as Last 30 Days.
1. To see when report results were last generated for a given report, look at the Last Run timestamp from either the Analytics tab or from within the report itself.
2. If you want to update your report results to pull in fresh data, navigate into the report and click Run Report again.
3. In the event that you need to see historical report results from previous runs, go to Custom Reports and click More.
4. Then choose View History from the dropdown menu.
This will show all historical runs for your report of interest.
5. To download the historical results of your report, select Export.
Clone and rename reports
If you have an existing report that you would like to copy, use the clone option.
1. To clone a report, go to Custom Reports and find the report that you want to clone.
2. To the right of the report, click More.
3. Then choose Clone Report from the dropdown menu.
Once you clone your report, you will see a new report appear at the top of your Custom Reports list named "Copy of your original report name.
Note that cloned reports do not include scheduling preferences from the original report. If you would like to schedule your copied report to deliver to you on a regular cadence, head to our guide on How to Schedule Custom Reports.
4. If you would also like to rename your cloned report, navigate to the right of the report and click More, then choose Edit Name from the dropdown menu.
5. Rename your report in the modal that appears.
6. Once you have renamed your report, click Save.