• 25 May 2023
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A configuration is created each time a user opens a configurator and is used to save the user's progress. This is done by saving all the user input values, which are used to compute the result values. The configuration is identified by a unique ID. All configurations which were made in any configurator within a company are listed in the configuration table. You can access the table by clicking on configuration" in the top right corner of the configuration metrics on the dashboard.

You can filter all configurations by type, ID, configurator name, and configurator version and also select a time period for your search.

By clicking on one configuration entry in the table you get a bunch of information on the right side including the preset it was based on, the configurator name and version, and the creation time. You can copy and edit the configuration.

Below the basic information, you get to see the "input values" and "result values". Within the input values table, you can see the inputs that were made by the user. The result values show all results that the user interaction triggered.

Shared configuration

If a configuration is shared on social media a shared configuration is created. Besides some additional metadata needed for the social media platform, this is basically a normal configuration.


A Finish is created when a checkout is performed. Besides the input values, the result values are stored in a finish. Those values can be used by the company for further processing (e.g. production). Each finish can also contain a price, which will be set via the shop property price. The price will be used for the calculation of the total revenue in the metrics. overview.

Configuration metrics

Every configurator has its own configuration metrics. The metrics include data about the number of configurations, finishes, shared configurations, total revenue and the conversion rate. Definitions for those wordings are listed below. These metrics can be viewed for predefined time periods and also for custom time periods. You can also compare two periods of time.

metrics data typedescription
finishesConfigurations which have been completed through a checkout (mail, add to cart, ...)
sharedConfigurations which have been shared via social sharing (Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, ...)
total revenueSum of shopping cart value of all finished configurations
conversion rateRatio of configurations & finishes (finishes / configurations * 100)

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