Unique Reports

This page holds information regarding report types which possess fields which are unique to that particular type of report.

Edited Sales

Shopify recently introduced Order Editing, which allows merchants to add products/quantities and remove products/quantities.
The Edited Sales Report reflects all the changes/edits made to the records of your Shopify store.
For example,
If you generate a report, opting for the 'Sales' or 'Order' type, any changes made to the orders will not be reflected in the report
However, if you choose 'Edited Sales' as the report type, the report will reflect all the edits made to the orders.

Inventory Snapshot

Inventory Snapshot is a report type that shows the movement of inventory in your Shopify store.
Once Inventory Snapshot is enabled, Report Pundit starts tracking the store's inventory activity from the day it is enabled.
For example, if you enable Inventory Snapshot on 1st Dec '21, Report Pundit will display all the inventory data for the days following 1st Dec '21 (such as December 3rd, 2021, December 25th, 2021, etc.).
However, you won't be able to access the inventory data for days preceding Dec 1st (Ex: 22nd Oct '21, 24th Apr '21, etc).

Steps to enable Inventory Snapshot

1) Click on "Settings" in the navigation bar at the top of the screen.
2) Select "Data Sync Options" from the sidebar on the left.
3) Toggle the button next to "Inventory Snapshot".


  • The Inventory Snapshot feature provides the sell-through percentage of each product, such as the number of units sold, returned, and restocked, which helps with inventory planning.
  • It allows you to fetch inventory information for a specific date for accounting purposes.
  • You can also analyze the performance of each product by location and plan your inventory accordingly.
Please feel free to contact us via live chat available on the Report Pundit app or write to us at [email protected] if you need assistance.

Abandoned Checkout

An Abandoned Checkout occurs when a customer adds items to their cart but fails to complete the payment process. This is a common practice in eCommerce, and abandoned checkout emails ((available through Shopify or apps) are an effective way to encourage customers to complete their transactions.
Customers fail to complete transactions for several reasons.
  • They find shipping fees to be high
  • They decide on looking for a similar product elsewhere for comparison
  • They just change their minds about purchasing the product.
Engaging with customers is the only way to understand why they did not complete their orders.
To learn how to create a customized report, click here.
If you've got a question that we haven't answered, feel free to contact us.