Reporting dashboard

The reporting page consists of three main features: the graph, filters and a reporting table.

View the reporting dashboard

  1. Log in to your Pinterest business account on your computer
  2. Click Ads in the top left-hand corner
  3. Click Reporting

The graph on the reporting page provides a visual representation of your ad's performance. When you select new filters or change the reporting table columns, the graph will be updated.

Apply filters

The filters above the graph let you change the data shown in the graph and reporting table.

You can filter by:

  • Date range: Choose a pre-defined date range or customise a specific date range
  • Objective: Choose which campaign objectives to view 
  • Status: Choose which statuses to view (at the campaign, ad group or ad level)
  • Conversion settings: choose how to display conversion data

Multi-objective reporting

You can compare and export data across multiple campaign objectives. Click the Objective filter and select all of the objectives you want to view. Click Spend in the top right-hand corner of the graph to choose which metric – Spend, Impressions, Clicks or Total conversions – to add to the graph. Hover over a bar in the graph to see data broken out by campaign objective.

To compare data for Result and Cost per result, select a preset view in your reporting table. The result will be determined by the campaign objective.

Table filters

You can also create a new filter by clicking Table filters. Click   next to 'New filter' and choose your entity, column and comparator. For example, you could create a filter that shows campaigns with greater than 5 impressions, and any campaign that doesn’t meet that criteria will be removed from your graph and reporting table.

Reporting table

View or export your data in the reporting table. 

Choose a preset view

In the drop-down to the top right of the reporting table, you can choose a reporting view with preset metrics.

You can choose from these presets:

  • Overview: top-line metrics such as impressions and clicks
  • Delivery: delivery metrics including a breakdown of paid and earned metrics
  • Performance: conversion metrics for events captured by the Pinterest tag

Customise your table

Edit the reporting table without leaving the reporting view by customising the columns with the quick edit tool. If a column is greyed out, it can’t be removed.

  1. Click   in the far right of the top row of the reporting table
  2. Click   next to a category to review, select and deselect columns for the table
  3. Click   to close a category
  4. After selecting or deselecting columns, click Save for later
  5. Add a name for your table or override an existing custom table by selecting it from the 'Select existing table' drop-down
    • Tick the box next to 'Make this table your default' if you’d like to see this table every time you open your reporting page
  6. Click Save

To switch your reporting table view to a custom table you’ve created, select your table name from the drop-down to the top right of the reporting table. 

Once you’ve created and saved a custom reporting table, you can access the full 'Table settings' page, with more customisation options. Find out more about custom reporting tables.

View data for campaigns, ad groups or ads

You can select specific campaigns, ad groups or ads to narrow down the data you’re seeing.

  1. On the reporting dashboard, scroll down to the reporting table

  2. Click the tabs at the top of the table to view data for campaigns, ad groups or ads
  3. Tick the box next to the campaign, ad group or Promoted Pin you want to view
    • If you select a campaign, you’ll only see the ad groups and ads within that campaign as you switch between tabs
  4. Enter the name of a campaign or ad group in the search bar to filter the data
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