Getting your data into Grow can be a little confusing sometimes. Here, we’ll walk you through how to do this.

Things to be aware of:

  • Grow only pulls scheduled reports from the report center in (We’ll show you below how to set up a report with a schedule.)
  • The most frequent that will update reports is once a day, around 8:00 CST. offers three options: daily, weekly, and monthly. This means that if you create a new scheduled report after this time, the data won’t come in until the next day and it will refresh once each day.

Here’s how to schedule a report in

First, log in to your account. Once you are there, click on the teal three-bar menu icon in the middle of the page header. From this menu, select Beta - Report Center under the Analytics section.

Your Report Center shows you a list of the reports that you have created. To create a report, click the teal + Report Template link above the list of reports.

This will bring you to a list of possible reports that you can choose to run or schedule. Go ahead and pick which report you want to run.

Once you click on a report link, it will take you to a page where you can see the data for that report. Make sure the data all looks correct.

Before going to the next step, double check that you have set a date range for your data. This is shown under Filters, directly above your data.

Once you’ve done that, click the three dots next to the Save button. From the menu that pulls up, select View Schedules.

On this page, you can see whatever schedules are set up for that specific report. To add a new schedule, click the teal + Add Schedule link.

The next page is where you can set up scheduling for your report. The most critical settings are the Repeat Schedule and the Format for Delivery options.

Under Repeat Schedule, you have the option of setting how frequently your report will run. Here, you will want to select  Daily from the drop-down menu. This will make sure that you have the most updated data pulling into Grow.

Please note that Grow doesn’t have access to the report data until after it has run once in the schedule. This means that if you create the scheduled report after 8:00 a.m. CST, you will not see your data until the next day, when the report runs for the first time.

Under Format for Delivery, select CSV. This will present the fewest complications in pulling the data into Grow.

Unless you want to send the report to other people, you can skip the Email Addresses for Recipients and Webhook Urls for Notifications sections.

The Deliver only if report contains values checkbox is checked automatically. You can leave it checked.

Once you are done, be sure to press Save at the bottom.

You will get the green message above when your schedule has saved.

Now that it has been saved, you will see your report show up in Grow. However, because of the way is set up, you won’t be able to get your data until the next day.

To get the report in Grow, go ahead and sign in to your dashboard. Press Add Metric, select from the list of data sources, and authenticate your account. 

When you come back to Grow, the category Report Center reports should be selected under the Template Settings.

In the Select Company dropdown, you will see your company as well as a list of all of the companies you manage. The name of your own company will be at the top of the list. Go ahead and select the company that you created the report for. ( by default creates reports for your own company.)

Once you have selected your company, a drop-down list for your reports will appear. Go ahead and select the report you want to pull into Grow.

You then have the option of selecting which schedule on the report. (Some reports may have multiple schedules.)

Each schedule has an ID number, which shows up in Grow. You can also find this in the URL of the schedule in Grow will normally take the most recent schedule.

If your report has not run yet (i.e. you set it up today after 8:00 CST), you won’t see any data come in. 

Once your report has run, your data will pull in to Grow.

And that's it! You're set to build metrics.

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