During all seasons, it is helpful to see how your church or organization’s giving performance is functioning. With the Tithe.ly Dashboard, it is easy to see analytics such as this. Through the following article we will explore exactly how to get the most out of the Tithe.ly Dashboard feature. 

Filtering by Date:

The ability to filter by date was designed for you to see how your church/organization gave during any set timeframe. Through this feature you can see total gifts, total donors, average donation size, and much more! Just set your dates and click “Update.”

Filtering by Source:

You can also filter based on source. This is where you can see how many people gave to your church/organization through the different platforms. You can see who gave via text, app, kiosk, recurring giving, and one time giving! Just select your source and click “Update.” 

Filtering by Giving Type:

Tithe.ly also makes it simple to filter by giving type so that you can see who is giving to what. Through this feature you can see what percentage of people have donated to different funds, as well as exactly who all has donated as well! 

Filtering by Payment Type:

Often times, churches and organizations find it useful to see how many people are giving by payment type. With this Tithe.ly feature you can filter gifts by the specific payment type. 

Donor Details:

Want to see how individuals are donating at your church or organization? Tithe.ly makes that simple too! Just scroll down on your Dashboard and you’ll see all your donors and some great information broken down for each donor. If you want to see the donor’s transactions, just head to your Giving Statements and search by name or email! 

Seeing Overall Averages and Trends:

Want to see how many gifts you have received this month? Or do you want to see how the amount donated this month compares to other months? Using Tithe.ly Dashboard feature makes this easy to see and compare! Just change your date range as needed and you can see that amount donated. Here’s a screenshot of these helpful graphs. 

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