There are some key features in Digivizer that can help make your reporting on social media marketing, search engine marketing, and website optimization so much faster and easier!

Date Picker

With the date picker, you can see all the relevant data for your reporting period. Whether you create reports on a bi-weekly, monthly, or quarterly basis, or whether you just want to report on a specific event that took place over a 13-day period, you can select only that period and get only that data.

Export to CSV

If you’ve been manually entering numbers into Excel or Google Sheets spreadsheets, there’s an easier way. On each of the tabs in Digivizer, you can select “Export to CSV” to get all the data from your chosen date period in a CSV file that you can then copy or load into your spreadsheet program.

In the Overview tab, choose a specific platform in order to see the Export to .CSV button. Make sure all the posts for your selected date range are loaded on the page before you export.

In the Earned media tab, here’s where to find the Export to .CSV button. Like with Overview, make sure all the posts for your selected date range are loaded before you export.

In the Paid media tab, scroll down to the bottom of the table to see the Export to .CSV button.

In the Web Performance tab, after you select which Google Analytics account you’re interested in, you can choose to Download .CSV on each of the two tables: Search Queries Driving Traffic and Top Pages.

Download Image

Want to see something cool? You can really cut down on reporting time by downloading the charts in Digivizer and inserting them in your reports. Why create your own when we’ve done it for you? And, bonus, our charts adapt to your chosen date range.

In the Overview tab, choose a specific platform, such as Facebook. Then hit the Expand button on the charts that run down the left hand side - the button that we’ve outlined here in red - in order to see the full chart.

You’ll get access to the hamburger menu (three horizontal bars) where you can choose which format you want to download the image as. You can choose from PNG, SVG vector, JPEG or PDF. You can even print it immediately.

In the Web Performance tab, after you select which Google Analytics account you’re interested in, you’ll see similar charts representing various website performance metrics. You can also find the same hamburger menu where you can choose which image format you’d like to download the chart as (PNG, SVG, JPEG, PDF or print).

Insert those images into your report and bam! You’re way closer to done than before.

With these three features combined - the date picker to customize the date range of the data you need to report on, and the ability to export CSVs and image formats, your reporting just got hours faster.

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