Filters customers based on a specific transaction amount during a particular period.
The following are the basic options available for the Total Transaction Amount filter.
- Greater than equal: Filters customers whose transaction amount is greater than or equal to the value you specify
- Less than equal: Filters customers whose transaction amount is less than or equal to the value you specify
- Equals: Filters customers whose transaction amount is equal to the value you specify
- In range of: Filters customers whose transaction amount is in between the values you specify
During - Specific dates
Lets you fetch customers who made transactions during a specific date range. You can use this option if you are specific about the dates. For example, event date. You will see the following sub-options for specific dates.
- Before: To get customers based on their purchase amount before a specific date
- After: To get customers based after a specific day
- Between dates: To get customers based on their purchase amount between a specific date range (X to Y)
During - Relative days
Lets you fetch customers based on their purchase amount during a specific number of days, weeks or months. If you do have specific dates, you can use relative days to fetch customers. The following are the options available for relative days.
- In the last x: Lets you choose the duration in the last x days, in the last x calendar weeks, in the last x calendar months. For example, if you set who shopped for amount equals $200 in the last x calendar week as 2, you will get customers whose purchase amount in the last two weeks (Monday - Sunday) is equal to $200. Similarly, last x calendar month is from 1 to 30/31.
- In the next x: Lets you get customers based on the purchase amount in the next x days, calendar weeks or calendar months. For example, if you set 1 in the next x calendar week, you will get customers whose purchase amount in the upcoming calender week (which is Monday - Sunday). Similarly, if you say the next 3 calendar months, then it will be third month from now (that is, 1 for next month, 2 for next to next month and so forth).
- In the current x: Fetches customers based on the purchase amount for the current day, calendar week or calendar month
- Between days: Fetches customers whose purchase amount is in between 'the last x days' and 'the next y days' (For example, last 30 days until the next 15 days)
- Exactly x days ago: Fetches customers based on the purchase amount x days ago. For example, I can get the customers who purchased 10 days ago
- Exactly after x days: Fetches customers based on the purchase amount after x days from the current day. For example, you can get the customers whose purchase amount on the 10th day from now is more than $200. 1 is for tomorrow, 2 for the day after tomorrow and so on
Besides basic options, you can also use the following advanced options to get a more specific list of customers as per required. Click +/- Fields to see advanced options.
From the chosen duration, you can filter further to get customers based on the purchase amount on a specific day (Monday - Sunday)
For the chosen duration, you can get customers based on the purchase amount in a specific time range. For example, get customers whose purchase amount between 1-12-2018 to 31-12-2018 between 17:00 - 20:00 (4 pm to 8 pm) is $300.
You can get the customers based on the purchase amount in a specific store(s) or zone(s).
- Store: You can choose stores either by uploading store ids (upload list), fetching manually (enter values) or by store attributes such as external id, name, country, channel, billable and more (based on attribute)
Sample Scenario: Customers whose purchase amount in XYZ store between 1-1-2018 and 31-12-2018 is greater than $1000 (The values specified in the example might differ from org to org)
Include customers who shopped for amount greater than equal 1000 during specific dates between 1-1-2018 and 31-12-2018 > Click +/- Fields and select Store/Zone > Shopped at store based on attributes with attribute store name and select XYZ from the store name drop-down box
- Zone: You can select customers based on the purchase amount in a specific zone(s) using the drop-down list available. You can also select stores of the selected zone(s) with different parameters such as external id, store name, store channel, country and so forth
Sample Scenario: Fetch all InStore customers whose shopping amount is less than or equal to $200 shopped in North zone in the last 10 calendar weeks (The values specified in the example might differ from org to org).
Include customers who shopped for amount less than equal 200 during relative days in the last x calendar week 10 who shopped at zone > select zone as North