How to compare account performance in the MCC Dashboard?

To compare account performance across two date ranges in the MCC Dashboard, you need to "Star" the account first. 

Once you star the account, you need to go to the "Starred Accounts" tab. You can choose the first date range you want and put the second date range in the 'Compare with' period. 

The Quality Score remains the same, even if I change the date range. Why?

This happens if you pick two date ranges in which the last day in the date range is the same for example, last 7 days and last 30 days. The dashboard shows what the Quality Score was on the last day of the selected date range. It is not an average over the entire period of time because a complete average may not give the right picture of the state of the account. When you say last 30 days or last 7 days the last day of the date range is the same in both cases which is why the QS remains the same.

Can I bulk update Account Settings on the MCC Dashboard?

Yes, you can bulk update account settings using the Edit sign on the top right corner. Snapshot below. 

You can change the account name, account monthly budget, account owner, and notes together for all the accounts. Find the details of this feature here.

How does Sorting Work?

The sorting across pages on the MCC Dashboard relies on cached data (supporting any date ranges within the last 90 days, for example, last 7 days, last 30 days, this month, etc). This is why sometimes the order might not be exactly matching with the current data you are seeing based on the Date range you selected.

The system automatically reorders the value you see on the page based on the real data, however, the order might not be in logical sequence between page 1 and page 2 due to the cached data being used.

At the moment, we do not support cached data for Amazon accounts and Google Analytics metrics. Any account with lost access or zero data in the last 90 days would appear at the beginning or end of the sorting.

Note: The sum shown at the bottom of the page is only the total of the rows shown on the page, it is not an overall sum across pages.

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