ROIVENUE's export to Google Looker Studio opens up a wide variety of data visualization options. What's more, is that you can follow this tutorial and be up and running in a few clicks.
Exporting ROIVENUE's data to Looker Studio requires you to do two things:
Prepare the export in ROIVENUE and set the destination to Google Looker Studio (done in ROIVENUE app)
Connect ROIVENUE's Looker Studio connector to your desired connection in ROIVENUE (this step is done in Google Looker Studio)
Step 1: Create a connector in ROIVENUE
To successfully create an export from ROIVENUE, you need to create either a connector or a data export with the destination set to "Google Looker Studio".
Your data will begin downloading, and in the meantime, you can go to Looker Studio data sources to connect your data to Looker Studio.
Step 2: Connect the Export to Google Looker Studio
This step obtains specifying the correct export by setting up the Google Looker Studio Datasource. Google explains that the best in their own tutorial here.
Note: You can find our Looker Studio connector in the Google datasource library here.
After connecting the correct export it may take a while to download all of the data(depending on how many days worth you are exporting from Roivenue).
You can see if the connector has finished by checking the connectors or data export tabs in ROIVENUE. A green dot will mean that it has completed successfully.
Looker Studio should then automatically detect and download the rest with their automatical refreshes.
Best practice: if you are planning to connect multiple connectors to one Looker Studio report, then we advise you to change the name of each export. Otherwise, you might become confused trying to keep track of what is what.