Bookings Reports
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Written by Rosa
Updated over a week ago

This article explains how the new and improved Reports section work in Playtomic Manager 📑

The main different is that instead of having one single Dashboard with a lot of information regarding different aspects of your Club, you will have 4 subcategories to make the search easier:

🚨 Before we start explaining all the sections, please keep in mind that the information reflected will be influenced by the filters you apply at the top:

General overview

It provides an general analysis of the key figures:

Played Matches

It is the number of matches (bookings + Playtomic matches) that have been played:

Hours of Occupation

It is the sum of the duration of each of the above matches in hours.

Unique Players

This is the count of the unique players* considering their account. Please note that non-Playtomic players are not included here.

* The term unique means that if a user has played 10X in the time selected by the filter, we will count it only 1X


It provides the proportion of the total matches played divided them by sports.

You can use the hover on one colour to see the detail for that section ✌️ or click on the pie slice to apply it as a filter to the whole dashboard and have a drill-down:


It shows the origin/type of the match:

Payment Type

Here we are showing the played matches dividing them by type of payment: single-payment+split-payment:

Timeline of Matches by Origin

This is a timeline on a daily base that shows the evolution of every single type of match. You will see only the categories that you use at your Club:

Courts Analysis

In this section we provide a deeper perspective on how the business is going, considering the specific aspects of a court that can appeal more or less to users when playing:

Court Coverage

There are 3 different possibilities: Indoor / Outdoor / Roofed:

Court Size

This is sport-specific so for Padel there will be only one option:

Court Feature

This is sport-specific so for Padel you can see an overview of the most commonly used track types

You can explore more about this feature in the following articles:

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