Your sales are split into 4 categories detailing how much you earned today, this week, this month and the total balance available for withdrawal. Additionally, there is a breakdown by agency for each category listed.
The History Chart is the most detailed account of your sales available. You can go back in time to the beginning of your stock portfolio, or say, check out what sold on Shutterstock two years ago on the first week of March.
While Downloads displays what is in demand right now, the Best Sellers tab showcases your highest all-time earners with the ability to group multiple images and track them together.
Track the evolution of individual or a group of photos across time. Breakdowns with the number of downloads and earnings are displayed for every agency in the group.
Chances are you uploaded a picture to more agencies. Now you can group them together and see their performance as a whole. Makes life a whole lot easier, doesn't it?
For large portfolios the job of matching & grouping images individually can be extremely tedious, if not impossible. So why do all the hard work yourself? The new Match All feature does it for you, automatically.
Sometimes known as Lightboxes, collections let you group images on the same subject, whole photoshoots or even pictures with the same color. You make the rules.
While the Daily Chart presents a detailed analysis, the Overview Charts lets you assess global performance. Monthly Earnings sums up all the sales for that month, while Return Per Download displays what the average download earned you.