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I was looking at the transaction overview dashboard in RevenueCat today and it listed a subscription purchase transaction at $69.99 USD, although, in Google Play Console that product sku is marked as being $24.99 USD (customer ID c89e4788/1a4ba4e5-37b3-4f44-bc27-3eed343e5c2f, transaction ID: GPA.3350-3906-4874-72666, product ID: bloomer2_25_mo:p1m). Could there be something wrong with my RevenueCat setup that is affecting the amount being reported?I’m not sure where in the Google Play Console I can view individual subscription transactions, so I haven’t been able to verify it there. But, if the subscription tier is set to $24.99, is there any reason the user would be charged a different amount?
This is the error I am getting: W/[Purchases] - WARN(24005): There is a problem with your configuration in Play Store Developer Console. More info here: https://errors.rev.cat/configuring-products I am following the guide here: Have not had the app published yet. But the interesting thing is in RevenueCat Dashboard, I can IMPORT my iNAPP products. RevenueCat can identify a new product created in my Play console, import it without any issues but can’t fetch ProductDetails! Is this normal? Again, have not published my app in Closed testing yet, waiting for review to finish. But since I’m a license tester on a physical phone, and RevenueCat can fetch the products themselves from the Dashboard, maybe there is something else I am missing?
help how do i fix this error “ [Error: There is an issue with your configuration. Check the underlying error for more details. There's a problem with your configuration. None of the products registered in the RevenueCat dashboard could be fetched from App Store Connect (or the StoreKit Configuration file if one is being used). ” here are my configurations
Hi. I’ve been playing with the different charts trying to figure this out. Here’s an example of what I am trying to see:For June’s new user Cohort, every paid/converted subscription (whether there is a trial or not), broken down by Product. Basically, right now, I can see how many new subscriptions of every type started in a given month which is great, but I have no idea which cohort they came from.It does seem like I can get this info if I do Conversion to Paying and then one by one filter for each Product and export the data, but this is a time consuming way to do it.Lastly, when filtering, it would be amazing that if after selecting to filter for a specific app you’d only seeing related products for that app when selecting the product filter. In my case I have to sift through 50+ products in a small window that doesn’t show the full name. Even just changing the css to show the full name of each product would help. Thanks for the help!
Is it possible to grant a promotional subscription in the sandbox environment, as opposed to the production environment? When using the dashboard to grant an entitlement to a user, it always says "environment": "PRODUCTION".I’ve read that users don’t relate to a particular environment, but transactions do. Isn’t granting an entitlement a transaction, and therefore wouldn’t it make sense to grant an entitlement in the sandbox environment?
Hi there, I’m having trouble trying to match data from the scheduled csv exports to the data as displayed on revenueCat dashboard. Can someone please assist? I’m not sure where I’m going wrong with my querying. For instance, to count actives and actives lost for the month, I count the distinct user id grouped by start date, then for lost I group by unsubscribe_detected_at instead. However, my metrics do not match what is on the dashboard. I’m off by a few hundreds sometimes.
Hello everyone,I hope this post finds you well. I've run into a challenge with the RevenueCat platform and was hoping someone here might have encountered a similar issue and could provide some guidance. Situation:I've been trying to import my IOS in-app purchase products into the RevenueCat for dashboard. While I've followed the standard procedures and ensured that my product identifiers in Apple's App Store Connect match those I'm entering in RevenueCat, not all of my products are appearing on the dashboard, there are 20 products but only 10 products are showing up when import. The products are on IOS side is still not send to submission but I think it should show up on revenuecat regardless of their status. Steps I've Taken:Double-checked the product configurations in App Store Connect. Verified the integration of the RevenueCat SDK within my app. Refreshed the RevenueCat dashboard multiple times. Checked for any API errors (for those who might ask). Deleted all products from revenue
Hey Guys!Anyone knows if its possible to see apple search ads attribution information by keyword? I can see information by campaign and ad group but don’t see it by keyword.Having this information by keyword is extremely important for us to optimize, so if it’s not possible, I need to find another attribution platform.Looking forward to have some thoughts and feedback
I understand that the currency of the product is handled by the App Store, but when viewing the RevenueCat dashboards, the prices are always converted to USD currently.Is there a way to set the currency displayed in RevenueCat? Thanks,Brent
Hi, We have an internal statistics tools which collects various statistics each day, which are then used in various internal reports.I would like to add some data available in RC dashboard to those reports, for example the number of active subscription (ideally per app), and the MRR (ideally per app as well).Is it a way to easily get those informations from RevenueCat? I would probably use the API to get all subscriptions and compute those myself, but it would be much more efficient to use the data calculated by RC. Thanks,
How can we explain the fact that we observe different results in our data for each variant on Experiments and on RevenueCat tables when filtering for each offer? Example for the number of conversions : - On our RevenueCat dashboard, filtering by offer: 51 for the Control variable and 37 for the Treatment variable.- On Experiments: 106 for the Control variable and 123 for the Treatment variableHow can we explain these data differences?
To get an Apple Notification forwarded, in the console, in the iOS section there is a field Apple Server Notification Forwarding URL that I can forward incoming iOS notifications to: In the Android section of the console, I couldn't find a field I can forward incoming Google notifications to. How/where do I forward Google Server Notifications?
Hey there, I would like to know how to check if all payloads are successfully sent to Adjust?I can see on the individual customer level, but would like to check if all payloads are successfully sent to debug a data discrepancy issue. Thanks!
Hello Everyone!.I've implemented RevenueCat's subscription functionality in both my Android and iOS apps.The Customer Dashboard in RevenueCat is currently showing the paid subscription information for my Android users accurately. However, it's not displaying any paid subscriptions for my iOS users. I have verified that the paid subscriptions are working correctly for iOS users through the App Store and on their iPhones. The issue solely lies in the RevenueCat Customer Dashboard not showing the paid subscription information for iOS users. Has anyone faced a similar issue or have any suggestions on how to resolve this problem? Your advice and insights would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!
When I initially set up my Google Play App I could import products automatically from Google Play with the “import” button:https://revenuecat.releasenotes.io/release/1eSGh-new-import-subscription-products-from-google-play-consoleProducts > new > Play Store > (no more button) but only the form to do it manually...So this worked a few days ago. Now I wanted to import some more (new) products from there but the button is just no longer available?Is this feature disabled now?
It would be nice to have a chart for Last Seen Platform Version, such as a pie chart for all customer’s Last Seen Platform Version (like I don’t mind if I can’t see the trend of it, just a chart for current observations of all users is good enough)I am asking for this because Apple’s watchOS does not report app usage analytics at all, over at App Store Connect, so it’s hard to gauge whether most users are, for example, using watchOS 8 or watchOS 9, at present, which makes decisions like whether to drop a specific OS version, at a certain time, hard without this useful data.Also, as CSV exports don’t include this data, there really isn’t a good way to make use of it currently for my case.Please consider, thank you!
Hello,my existing paywall won’t support experiments because I constrained it to support only 2 packages (monthly/yearly), so I’ll have to wait for my upcoming app update to be adopted by enough people to trigger it. Wouldn’t it make sense for you to add the app’s build number as an enrollment criteria?This could also let us tie an experiment to a significant app update.Thanks
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