Booking reports offer a window into every reservation, providing crucial details to optimize your strategy. Whether you're a novice or an expert, this guide simplifies the world of booking reports, helping you navigate data effortlessly and make informed decisions for a seamless booking experience. Let's dive in!

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icons8-1-64.pngWhy use the report:

  • Keep track of your bookings, their status, and potential income.
  • Understand what activities your customers are booking and when they travel.
  • Find out which campaign generated the booking.
  • Understand your audience – learn more about where your travelers come from and how many people are traveling.
  • Insight: Commission is paid only after the traveler attends the activity.

icons8-2-64.pngHow to read our reports:

Our Booking Reports are divided into two main sections.

Upper Section - Filters and Potential Income:

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Filters Simplified:

  • Booking date: Date the booking was made (keep it on "anytime")
  • Travel date: Date the traveler will attend the activity.
  • Status: status of the booking
    • Completed: Once a traveler attends the activity (i.e., the travel date is in the past), the commission is added to your next payout.
    • Pending: If the activity hasn’t occurred yet (i.e., the travel date is in the future), the commission is held until completion.
    • Canceled: Commission is not paid out if the booking is canceled.
  • Country: Country where the activity takes place.
  • City: City where the activity takes place.
  • Category: The nature of the activity (e.g., ticket or tour).
  • Campaign: Identifies the campaign that generated the booking. You can access your summarized campaign performance in the campaigns report.
  • Traveler origin: The traveler's billing address country.

For further information or to delve into our filters on a deeper technical level, please refer to How to use our next-generation reports.


Lower Section - Bookings info:

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Filters simplified:

  • Status: status of the booking
    • Completed: Once a traveler attends the activity (i.e., the travel date is in the past), the commission is added to your next payout.
    • Pending: If the activity hasn’t occurred yet (i.e., the travel date is in the future), the commission is held until completion.
    • Canceled: Commission is not paid out if the booking is canceled.
  • Activity: Booked activity.
  • City: Activity location city.
  • Booking date: Date the booking was made.
  • Travel date: Date the traveler will attend the activity.
  • Potential income: Commission amount from bookings, paid after the activity.
  • Campaign: Identifies the campaign that generated the booking. You can access your summarized campaign performance in the campaigns report.
  • Traveler origin: The traveler's billing address country.
  • Participants: Number of people on the booking.
  • View activity: Link to booked activity.
  • Bookings reference number: identification code for bookings.

icons8-3-64.pngDownload report:

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  1. Click the three vertical dots (top right corner).
  2. Select "Download."
  3. Choose the desired format.

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icons8-4-64.pngNotifications:

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  1. Click on the user icon in the top right corner after logging in.
  2. Select "Notifications" from the menu.
  3. Edit or delete notification and assign specific email addresses by selecting:
    • Daily/Weekly/Monthly statistics: Stay in the loop with visitor, booking, and conversion rate updates.

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In summary, the booking reports in the partner portal serve multiple purposes, including tracking bookings via your cookie ID and gaining insights into trends and customer behavior. For a deeper understanding of tracking mechanisms, refer to article How does the tracking work?. Additionally, for information on payments and related topics, explore article Payment 101: threshold, payment details, commission invoice and reports.

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