Understanding your PriceLabs dashboard view

Understanding Your Pricing Dashboard

From your Pricing Dashboard, you can see your imported properties from all the different accounts you've connected to PriceLabs. In addition, you will notice multiple columns and a search field that you can use to quickly find the listing you want to look at -- very useful if you manage dozens of listings!  
Read on to learn about the numbered tags in the picture:

  1. Listing Name: The title says it all! In addition to the listing name, we also show the channel/PMS and account this listing belongs to. Clicking the listing name will take you to the Review Prices view. And clicking the  button will take you to the listing page or calendar in your PMS or channel manager.

  2. Calendar: This column includes the Review Prices button that takes you to your Pricing Calendar and allows you to set parameters around your pricing. More on that here.

  3. Min Price, Base Price, and Max PriceBase Price is the average nightly rate of your listing throughout the year. You must set a base price, as this will be one of the critical components for our algorithm to calculate your recommended prices. If you're unsure what Base Price to set, we have recommendations for you (for further details on this, check our guide here). Min Price is the lowest price you can set for a listing, and our recommendations will never go below this value. Max Price is the highest price you can set for a listing; we will never exceed this price. (More details in setting these prices here.)

  4. Base Price Nudges: This notifies you if we detect a more than 5% difference between your current base price and our recommended base price. More on that here.

  5. Last Synced: This indicates when the listing was last updated and the status of your listing's sync. More on that here.

  6. Sync prices: This toggle shows the listing's current sync status. If the switch is ON and green, we will update prices every night. Otherwise, if it's OFF and grayed out, PriceLabs will not change prices on this listing.

  7. Listing Health: A quick snapshot of how your listings are doing based on the Occupancy Rate for the next 7, 30, or 60 days (you can also change these days, see number 12). The number shows the percentage of booked days in the next week, month, and two months, and the color codes help you quickly get to the listings that need attention. (For more details, check our guide here)
    Note: For newly imported listings, it may take up to 4 hours to load this data.

  8. Customization Group: A helpful feature if you have multiple properties. You can assign each listing to a group so that you can work on a group of properties in one session. You can read more about creating and managing groups here.

  9. Tags: Examples of tags could be anything you fancy - location ("East London") is a common one, but you can also use it to list the address of the property so they can find it quickly with the search function. If you have set nicknames in some management systems, they will be imported to this field. To manage your tags, check our guide here.
  10. Pro-tip: You can choose complex tags such as "London-Airbnb-221 Baker". Now you can search by location (London will show all London listings), channel/PMS (Airbnb will show all Airbnb listings), or address ("221 Baker" will show all listings at that address).

  11. Column Visibility: You can choose which columns to activate on your Pricing Dashboard. It helps keep your dashboard data less cluttered, as you can only view the data you need. Super handy for people who regularly use PriceLabs on a small laptop or mobile device! 

  12. Row Filters: Allows you to choose which PMS or Channel to view on your Pricing Dashboard. If you have mapped listings, it also lets you hide child listings from your dashboard so you don't have to see the same property twice and avoid any confusion.

  13. Map Listings: This button lets you link similar listings together, such as listings from multiple channels or multi-units

  14. Table Settings: This section allows you to easily access and adjust your metrics and set your preferred days for the Listing Health. It is also where you can download a CSV file of your Pricing Dashboard.

  15. Search: Don't want to scroll through all your listings to find the listing you want to review? Type in what you're looking for in the search box above your dashboard, and we'll find any listings where the listing ID, listing name, account name, channel/PMS, or group name matches. 

  16. Add/Reconnect Listings: This button lets you connect or reconnect your channels/PMS to PriceLabs. Check the step-by-step guide here.

  17. Listings Filter: This allows you to view the specific listings you need and adjust any current filters applied to your dashboard. You can enable this filter from your Account's Advanced Settings. For more details, check our guide here.

  18. Number of listings on the page: This will let you change the number of listings you want to see on one display page.

  19. Previous Page and Next Page: If the listings you're trying to view are more than the set number of listings on the page (see number 17), you can view the rest of the listings by clicking the Next Page and go back to the Previous Page as well.


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