Updated on 05.08.22
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An introduction to our revamped Dashboard
The Dashboard page gives you a top-level overview of transactions in the system.
The Dashboard is the first screen that you see on logging onto the SEON Admin Panel. The default widgets you can find here display data in near real-time, so even if you change the state of the transaction after it is sent to SEON, the graphs will be updated to reflect these changes shortly after.
Top Transaction Locations
This widget shows countries with the most transactions in APPROVE and DECLINE states over the past year. On the map, you can see fraudulent transactions marked with red and approved transactions marked in green.
You can also zoom in on the map or hover over each country or state to view the number of transactions. The darker areas indicate a higher volume.
The SEON Platform uses three states for the classification of transactions: APPROVE, REVIEW, and DECLINE.
This graph shows you how these transaction states compare to each other in real-time so you can discover trends and spikes in suspicious activity.
Under the graph, we showcase 3 main KPIs that are worth checking out when using SEON.
- Total number of transactions: This metric displays the total number of transactions processed through your account.
- Total amount: This metric displays the total value of all transactions processed through your account. This value is shown in your account's base currency.
- Total Saved Amount: This metric displays the total value of transactions in a DECLINE state — showing you the total amount of revenue you saved by using SEON.
In this view, you can check how many transactions you get for each label in your account. Quick filter to see the amount and the total number of certain types of transactions you’ve labeled e.g. Chargebacks.
Applied Rules Statistic
See your most recurring rules and check which ones are triggered the most. Clicking on each rule depicts the data as a graph. This makes it easier for you to see when and how many times a rule was triggered and what states the transactions were placed in. It also gives you quick access to edit that rule.
This widget shows the actions of your team for either the last 30 days, last week, or for the current day, broken down by the different types of actions undertaken. This includes the number of declines, approvals and transactions reviewed.
The State Threshold graph shows the frequency of transactions and their related fraud scores. The X-axis represents the transaction scores (from 0 to 100) and the Y-axis represents the total number of transactions with each score as well as the average transaction amount.
The graph can be filtered to either show transactions for the past year, past 30 days, or past week.