Bolt has launched a new Merchant Dashboard experience. See this page for help documentation that reflects the Legacy Dashboard.
Checkout Funnel Analytics displays a visualization of the checkout completion rate and progression of the shopper through the Bolt Guest checkout funnel. It can be segmented and filtered.
Checkout Rate View
Use the settings in the Controls toolbar at the top of the page to filter your view of the page reports by any of the given options (view options may depend on existing data).
|Checkout Rate By Account Type||Shows the percentage of orders completed by guest versus Bolt logged-in shoppers.|
|Checkout Starts and Completions||The number of Checkout Starts (a shopper begins a checkout process) as compared to the number of times a shopper completed a checkout process (signaled by payment authorization which ends a checkout session) over the selected period of time.|
|Guest Checkout Survival Funnel (% of Starts)||Percentage of Checkout Starts that completed that step of the funnel (
|Guest Checkout Funnel||The number of checkout sessions that complete each step of the funnel, aggregated over the whole time period selected.|
|Distribution of Checkout Starts||The percentage of checkout starts coming from
Guest Checkout Funnel
|1. Checkout Start||Checkout session that opens Bolt’s checkout modal.|
|2. Shipping Details||Checkout session completed entering all required shipping details fields.|
|3. Shipping Method||Checkout session selects a shipping method.|
|4. Payment Details||Checkout session entered all required fields for payment.|
|5. Checkout Complete||Payment was authorized (ends a checkout session).|
Checkout Funnel Pivot Table
This table displays allows you to further narrow a breakdown of checkouts in the given time period by two of the given parameters.
|Logged Into Bolt|
|Checkout Rate||Number of checkout completions in time frame divided by the number of checkout starts.|
|Checkout Session||Each unique shopping intent starts when the unique user first interacts with Bolt (any registered checkout event from them) and there is no ongoing session. A session ends after: