The Reports tab is designed to track different data from your business. In addition to vital data like revenue, profits, or a list of the most sold products, you'll also find here an option to track the sales of waiters individually or tables in your business; or the value of the stock on the selected day. In this article, we briefly summarise the functions of individual sections (1) that you can work within this tab. If you manage multiple businesses in the same company you can view the reports only from the selected business from the list on the top left side of the window (2).


In the reports you will be working with charts and statistics, working with charts is very simple and intuitive, and a short article on chart options can be read here.

Some of our survey data also include our My Storyous mobile app, which allows you to track your current business revenue and open accounts in real-time. How to work with the application and where to download it will be discussed in this article.

The reports show you the data according to the End of Day set in the company, so if you have set the end of the day to 4:00, you will see data from 4 am on a specific day until 4 am the next day. To find out how to set the end of the day properly visit our Place Settings article, you can find the section in the Places tab.


In the Sales report you'll find all sales, that is, the sum of all the amounts of paid accounts for the selected period in all or in a particular business. Find more information here. As with the other sections the data is displayed based on the End of Day setting, so the statistics from this tab may not match calendar day sales. As a basis for accounting, we recommend exporting sales data from the Income summary section of the Bills tab.

Current sales

In this tab, you can monitor what is happening in your company in real-time: the number of open accounts and their value or the exact course. You can also see the occupancy of tables in your company in percentages, you can find out more in the article Current sales.


Here you monitor the net profit in your companies, ie total sales, from which costs are also deducted. Here you will also see an overview of the margin, which is calculated from sales and costs. More info.


In the list of staff, you can clearly distinguish which waiters had the most sales or made the most cancellations in the specified period. You can also find the average spend per account for all service members. More about this tab in the article about Waiters.

Printed orders

In this tab you will find an overview of order prints (bonuses) for the selected period, you will use the overviews of job prints especially if you have more than one printer in your company. You can read the article about this tab in the reports at this link.


In the product overview, you will find out which items from your menu earn you and which, on the other hand, are not worth offering (in this tab you will also find the margin). More info.


Here you will find the division of products according to the labels you set. The tab works very similar to the product overview but allows you to view products from multiple categories at once by merging under one label. Learn more about labels in this article.

Product categories

In the overview of product categories, you can see which categories of your products are the most popular in your company. You can read more about this tab here.


In the overview of tables, you will find sales divided by tables in your company, so you can see which parts of your restaurant or cafe are the most popular among your customers. Find out more in the article Tables in the company in the reports.

Discounts and cancellations

Here you will see statistics of all performed cancellations and discounts - in this tab you work with graphs of data on past events from the Check of cancellations and discounts tab. Find out more here.

Stocks overview

In this tab, you can monitor the value of your warehouse or the number of sales as of the selected date and other statistical data. You can read about the overview of stocks in this article.