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Viewing the Shared Report

The following article is intended mainly for people that want to view the shared report, but are not familiar with Voluum. To learn more about the Shared Reports feature, go to the Shared Reports: Overview article.

Shared Report

The shared report is a set of statistical data, outlined by the Voluum user for user's associates to view. The data set can dynamically change over time, if the dynamic time ranges were set by the Voluum user. For example, if the Voluum user have set the date range to always show last 2 weeks, every day you view the shared report, you will see data from the 2 weeks preceding the current date.

Opening the Shared Report

The Voluum user has created the shared report and provided you the shareable link. When you click the link, you will be directed to the shared report. There is no additional authentication needed.


Voluum Note: The shared report is accessible to anyone with the shareable link, so keep it private and exclusive to trusted parties only.

Viewing the Report

The main view is a table containing the data set, defined by the Voluum user. You can change viewing options and navigate through consecutive pages, but you cannot modify any data. Only the Voluum user can. If you need access to other data or require more information about the data you have, contact the Voluum user.


Name of the Report

The name of the report is unique. It may contain the campaign's element name, that is the basis of the report, or is custom. You can always use it when referring to the report to uniquely identify it.

Time range

Displays the shared report's time range.


Voluum Note: Take into consideration that the report's name and time range might be hidden by the Voluum user, and will not be displayed in the shared report.


Columns you see were selected by the Voluum user. If you need the description of the data, contained in the column, contact the Voluum user.


Voluum Note: You can sort only one column at a time. 


The button row, highlighted in the dark blue color, shows the sum of the numerical values in columns from all pages.