The Customer List Report allows you to get a detailed list of client information. You can also delete multiple customers at once and restore clients you have deleted in the past. To run this report, follow these steps:
- Click Reports at the top of the screen.
- Select Customers on the left side of the screen.
- After adding the search filters you want to apply, click Run Report. Then you're good to go!
Let's get started!
- How to Run Customer Reports
- Deleting Customers
- Restoring Deleted Customers
- Changing the View of a Customer Report
1. Click Reports. Then click Customers.
2. Enter the customer's address, the individual the customer was Referred By or any General Tags that were written or attached to the customer's profile. For example, if a customer had "medical condition" as a general tag or identifier and you entered this information, the report would only include customers with this identifier.
3. Enter the customer's name in the box under Name if you want to add this filter. For example, if you enter "Aaron Powell," the report will only include this client.
4. Enter the customer's contact information in the box under Cell/Day/Night phone to filter the report by the customer's cell, day or night phone number.
5. Click Run Report if you are finished. To add more filters, click Advanced Filters under the Run Report button.
6. Click Advanced Filters to include more items in the report.
7. Select the box under Customer Since to run a report to see customers who have been with your business during a date range you select. Click the box under Last Visit to see customers who last visited your business within a date range you select. You also can filter the report by Customer Notes you have added to client profiles. Just enter the information in the box under Customer Note. Click Services/Classes to see customers who have booked specific items. For example, you can run a report to see clients who have booked a women's haircut.
8. Click Service Provider to include customers of specific employees in the report. Click Membership to filter the report by clients who signed up for specific memberships. Click Birth Month to filter the report by birth month. For example, if you select "January," the report will only include customers who were born in this month.
9. Under Booking, you can run a report to see customers who have a specific number of bookings. For example, if you enter "10" in the From field. You'll be able to see clients who have at least 10 bookings. If you enter "100" in the To field, you'll be able to see clients who have between 10 to 100 bookings.
Notice you can also do the same for Pts Earned (the total points customers have collected), Amount Earned (the total amount that a customer has spent at your business), No-shows and Cancellations and Age.
After you're finished adding the filters, click Run Report.
10. Once you run the report, you'll be able to view a breakdown of the customer's information, according to the filters you added. The dollar amount in the top-right of the screen indicates the amount of money the customer has spent within the date range you selected.
11. Click Export to export the customer report to an Excel sheet or PDF file. Click Print to get a physical copy for your records.
1. Once you get to the main Customer Report page, click Select All to select all the customers at once or select clients individually by clicking the checkbox next to their name. Then click Delete to remove the customer.
2. Click OK to confirm the deletion.
Restoring Deleted Customers
1. Once you get to the main Customer Report page, click Undo Delete to recover a deleted customer.
2. Select the date. In the example below, we selected Dec. 28, 2017. This means that customers who were deleted beginning on this date will be restored.
3. Click Proceed.
4. Click OK to confirm the customers who have been restored.
Changing the View of the Customer Report
1. To change the view or layout of the report, click Card View or Grid View. Click the drop-down menu next to Name to filter the report by various filters.
2. Click the AZ button to reverse the order of customers on the report. For example, if you select Customer Since and click the AZ button, the screen will display the most recent client who became a customer of your business first in the report. Clicking the AZ button again reverses the order.