The revenue displayed on Highlights doesn’t match the MRR displayed on the Subscriptions tab. What’s happening?
- Jan 08, 2019
- By Abby Perkins
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You may see different revenue numbers on your Highlights tab than you do on Subscriptions – there are a few main differences.
- Revenue on the Highlights tab uses a date picker, while on your Subscriptions tab, MRR is calculated as a cumulative total, meaning that MRR is calculated for the lifetime of your store instead of for a selected date range (MRR is cumulative by nature, so the date picker does not apply).
- Your Highlights tab counts any orders you have that may not be subscription based, while your Subscriptions MRR only counts monthly recurring revenue from your subscriptions.
- Your Highlights revenue comes from your ecommerce platform, while your Subscriptions revenue comes from your subscription platform.
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