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We are excited to announce that we have worked with Stripe to launch an app inside Stripe’s App Marketplace! Rather than context switching between RevenueCat’s customer details and Stripe’s customer profile in multiple windows, the RevenueCat App combines RevenueCat data into a single page view within Stripe. You will be able to do the following: Quickly navigate to RevenueCat Customer and setting pages with convenient buttons View RevenueCat customer metadata such as app user ID, last seen RevenueCat SDK version, last seen locale, and timestamps when your customer interacted with your app View transaction events for Stripe, as well as cross-platform purchases across Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon Appstore For instructions on how to install this app to your Stripe dashboard, visit our docs here. We hope this new flow makes it easier for your team and stakeholders to manage Stripe subscriptions! As this is the first iteration, we will work to update our app over ti
Check out our new 100% Stacked column chart type to dive deeper into your subscription performance and understand how the composition of your segments is changing over time.You can use the 100% Stacked column chart type to answer questions like:What portion of my ARR is coming from Yearly vs. Monthly subscriptions? What portion of my Active Trials are coming from the App Store vs. the Play Store? What portion of my Revenue is coming from Apple Search Ads?The 100% Stacked column chart type is available when segmenting the following charts:Active Subscriptions Active Trials ARR MRR RevenueIf you have any questions about the new chart type, how to use it, or other improvements you’d like to see to Charts, we’d love to hear from you. Thanks!
Hi everyone! We’re looking to better understand how you use the RevenueCat Community and how we can improve your experience.We’ve created a quick 6 question survey and would greatly appreciate your feedback.Here’s the link to the survey: https://forms.gle/fn1gf3R9xCSPSeau9Thank you for your help and for being a part of our community!
Your business is unique, and has unique needs for understanding performance and determining how to grow. Today, we’re making it easier to quickly access those unique insights with the ability to save custom charts in RevenueCat.Now when you create a customized chart in RevenueCat – like segmenting MRR by your top 5 countries, filtering Initial Conversion down to your fastest growing Project, or your own all-time cohort retention chart – you can save it to your Saved Charts to have quick access to that exact configuration every time you log in.Just click “Save” in the top right corner of your chart once it's configured to your liking to have that configuration saved in the left-side panel for easy access anytime you use Charts.Let us know which custom charts you plan to save. And of course, chime in here if you have any questions or feedback.Thanks,Dan
Hi all,If you rely on RevenueCat’s subscription data to track your app’s performance, spot issues, and take action — I’d love to talk to you about an idea we’re working on to push subscriber data out to customers to make performance tracking easy, such as via a daily subscription performance summary.If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, I’d love to hear your feedback on what metrics you’d be most interested in getting updates on, where you’d like to receive those updates, and more. Feel free to share in this discussion directly, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d prefer. Thanks!DanProduct Manager @ RevenueCat
SummaryWe’ve made an improvement to how we handle churn (subscription expirations) in data features to ensure the subscription metrics we offer in places like Charts are consistent with the subscription behavior in apps using RevenueCat. Store(s) Old Behavior New Behavior App Store Churn date in some data features was reported as the original subscription expiration date, regardless of whether a grace period was offered Churn date in these data features is now reported as the expiration of a subscription’s grace period if offered Google Play Store, Stripe, and Amazon Appstore Churn date in all data features was reported as the expiration of a subscription’s grace period (if offered) No change Subscription expirations in the SDK always take the grace period into account for reporting a subscriber’s status and revoking entitlements. Some data features like webhooks & integrations, already take the grace period into
If you’ve ever tried to analyze your data by Country, Apple Search Ads Campaign, or any other segment that might have an overwhelming number of dimensions: we’ve got good news for you.Charts links now specify when a custom segment visualization has been applied, which means you can select just the segments you want to view in your data table, and then save a chart like this one -- MRR in Top 5 Countries -- to get a clear, focused view on your data.Check it out and let us know what custom views your saving!
Our webhooks have supported product change events for a while, and now product change events are being sent to analytics and CRM integrations. This event will be sent to integrations whenever a subscriber changes the product of their subscription. This does not necessarily mean the new product is in effect immediately. See our docs on Managing Subscriptions for more information about upgrades, downgrades, and crossgrades.In order to receive these events, you will need to set the event name in your configured integrations:(remember to hit the ‘Save’ button in the upper right corner)We hope this new event type is useful! Let us know about any questions, comments, or concerns with the new event.
Many of our charts can be segmented by a variety of dimensions to make it easy to compare performance between different criteria, and unlock critical insights about where the greatest strengths and opportunities in your business lie. Today we’re excited to release support for segmentation for Subscriber Retention so you can quickly understand how key dimensions of your business affect your customer retention. Here’s how it works:By default, Subscriber Retention will continue to be cohorted by subscription start month. This chart is currently cohorted by subscription start month to make it easy to see how your retention is trending for recent subscriber cohorts. Think of this cohorting as its own kind of segmentation: we’re taking one larger cohort of users (defined by the Date Range being viewed), and segmenting them by their subscription start month to compare retention rates.Now, with the option to change the chart’s segmentation, when you choose a different dimension to segment by (
We are currently rolling out some improvements to our customer lists. In the next few days, you will find a new setting in the filter settings for your customer lists: the ability to define whether the filters should only be applied to those customers with purchases (e.g., started a trial, started a subscription, or made a non-subscription purchase) or not. By default, lists will only include customers with purchases. This means that lists will now load much more quickly in most cases, since apps typically have vastly more customers without purchases than those with customers. For those lists that should include customers without purchases, you can simply change the setting – this will mean the list loads and exports somewhat slower (but not slower than it did until today).For your existing customer lists, the setting has been automatically set to the "correct" setting as per the other filters – if a list currently contains customers without transactions, the setting will be "All custo
RevenueCat can now optionally report revenue after store commissions, or after taxes and commissions through features such as charts, integrations, and webhooks:The Revenue chart now includes new measures to distinguish between revenue deducted for taxes vs. commissions & fees (learn more) Webhooks include tax_percentage and commission_percentage fields for calculating these values yourself (learn more) All revenue-reporting integrations can be toggled to report revenue on a gross, net of commission, or net of commission & taxes basis (learn more)Especially in regions where a VAT is applied, this should result in a much more accurate estimation of the proceeds (net revenue) you’ll generate from your gross revenue.Tax estimation is complicated though, and each store handles the application of VAT and other taxes like digital service tax (DST) quite differently. To learn more about how RevenueCat estimates taxes on each transaction – including all historical transactions – and ho
Hey all, as some of you might know we’ve been hard at work upgrading our platform to support all the of Google's new subscription model. As we are preparing for our new Android major release we would like to get your help as a beta tester with the new product setup and the basic purchase flow.Here is a new blog for you to refresh your memory / familiarize yourself on what are the main changes between Billing Client 4 to 5.Here are our requirements for you to become a beta tester: 📱 Have a native Android App (No Hybrids or Amazon for now) 🔍 You are not using Observer Mode 🎞 For now we will not restore purchases that happened outside of RC 🔆 You have maximum of 20 products (soft requirement) 🌲 Availability and willingness to test with us 🕺🏾 Not using dev-determined offers (yet) How can you help?😻If you fit the above requirements and have capacity to beta test with us please respond to the thread or drop me an email at email@example.com. I will then confirm your a
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