Once you have downloaded, installed and signed into the Cybersole desktop application on Windows you will be greeted with a screen similar to the one attached below. On this page you will need your checkout analytics, upcoming releases and of course your checkout feed. Over time this page will change dynamically as you purchase more products via Cybersole.


Located at the top of this page you will find numerous tabs entitled “Home”, “Tasks”, “Proxies”, “Billing” and “Settings”, along with 3 other icons on the far right beside the minimize and close buttons. These icons represent the following; “Monitor Feed & Smart Actions”, “Notifications” and “My License”. You can find more details regarding the Monitor Feed & Smart Actions further on in this documentation. The Notifications simply displays your recent notifications such as successful checkouts and declines, it will also show you other important information such as when an update is ready to be downloaded. Finally, the “My License” section displays your name and email address along with a link to the User Dashboard and a “Log Out” button.

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On the actual interface below the navigation tab you will notice the Analytics section of the home page, you can filter your analytics via number of checkouts or money spent by selecting either the “Checkouts” or “Spend” option on the top left. You can also alter the timeframe by selecting either “Today”, “Week”, “Month” or “Year”.

The release section below the analytics shows upcoming releases, you can easily scroll through these to see more upcoming products via the arrow icons either side of the title. If you click one of the release boxes you will be presented with a pop-up that displays additional details regarding that release; Including retail price, keywords and site-lists, along with general advice. You can even click the icon beside the keywords to copy the appropriate keywords to your clipboard if need be. If you click the “Site list” tab you’ll see a range of stores in chronological order along with their time and store-type (Eg Shopify), beside each store you will also see an “Add Tasks” button – Clicking this will bring up the task creator with some of the details pre-filled based on the release itself. Please note these are simply guidelines and we recommend you do your own research or refer to your private groups regardless.



Lastly, we have the Checkout Feed. Here you can scroll through your most recent checkouts, you can also tap a specific product from your feed so you’re presented with some basic details regarding the checkout including the size, store, cost, profile, mode used, tracking number (If supported) and a direct tracking link (Again, if supported). On the top left of this pop-up you’ll find arrow icons which will allow you to scroll through your checkouts one by one with the additional details displayed.


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