The purpose of the History page is to show you your earnings in the form of 3 charts. The charts from Top to Bottom are:

  1. Week

  2. Month

  3. Year

1. The Week Chart:

  1. This chart shows you your earnings for the time range in the header. You can also display 2 weeks and semi-monthly by selecting the icon in the top right next to the date selector.

  2. The items in the chart are your Daily Total Tips (Blue) and Average Hourly Earnings (Grey).

  3. The totals below the Chart are your Totals for the time period selected. Tips, Hours Worked and Average Hourly Earnings. The calculations are at the bottom of this article.

2. The Month Chart:

  1. This chart shows you your earnings for the entire month which is displayed in the header. For example Dec 18 is December of 2018.

  2. The items in the chart are your Weekly Total Tips (Blue) and Average Hourly Earnings (Grey). Each item is labeled with the first day of the week based on your settings. There may be months that the first date is of the first week is actually in the previous month. This is only to stay consistent with the labeling. The totals are for the current month only.

  3. The totals below the Chart are your Totals for the time period selected. Tips, Hours Worked and Average Hourly Earnings. The calculations are at the bottom of this article.

3. The Year Chart:

  1. This chart shows you your earnings for the entire year which is displayed in the header. For example 2018 is the entire year of 2018.

  2. The items in the chart are your Monthly Total Tips (Blue) and Average Hourly Earnings (Grey).

  3. The totals below the Chart are your Totals for the time period selected. Tips, Hours Worked and Average Hourly Earnings. The calculations are at the bottom of this article.

General Operations for changing the dates

You can change the date range displayed by clicking on the left or right arrows to go to the previous or next date range. For example if you click the left arrow in the top chart the data will refresh showing the previous week. If you click the right arrow it'll show the next week. You can also click the Date Range in the Title to open a Date selector.

Calculations

The Tips are calculated differently depending if you track your wages as well.

With tracking your hourly wage:

  • Tips = Tips + (Wages * Hours)

  • Average Hourly Earnings = (Tips + (Wages * Hours)) / Hours

If you don't track your hourly wage:

  • Tips = Tips

  • Average Hourly Earnings = Tips / Hours

 (Tips = Cash + Credit tips if enabled)

Tips are also affected by your Tip Out and Tip In if you choose to Add or Subtract them from your totals (you can configure this on the settings page)

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