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Merging Data from Two Facebook Ads Accounts in a Single Report
Merging Data from Two Facebook Ads Accounts in a Single Report

How to Create a Comprehensive Report by Combining Data from Two Accounts

Rishika Chowdhury avatar
Written by Rishika Chowdhury
Updated over a week ago

Generating comprehensive reports for each Facebook Ads account can be a time-consuming and complex task. However, with the help of ReportGarden, the process becomes effortless. ReportGarden empowers marketers to combine multiple Facebook Ads accounts into a single, consolidated report, unlocking a wealth of insights and streamlining the reporting process. In this article, we will guide you through the step-by-step process of creating a seamless and polished combined report using ReportGarden. Get ready to revolutionise your reporting approach and gain valuable data-driven insights in one go. 

Use case 1: How to show data for a specific metric (Example: Reach) from two Facebook Ads accounts in one KPI widget/overview widget\

Step 1: Please drag any widget of your choice on to your report.  Add both of your required Facebook ads accounts in the data source tab.

Step 2: Please choose the desired measure (in this case Reach) for the KPI widget, and then click on the "Submit" button

Use case 2: How to show combined data for a specific metrics (Example: Reach) from two Facebook Ads accounts in a table

Step 1: Drag and drop a table widget into the canvas. Please select both Facebook ads accounts, set the dimension as "Account Name,"

Step 2: Add your desired metrics. You can also enable total row to view the combined data. 

Indeed, you can apply the same principle to a bar graph or a pie chart to obtain a more visually engaging representation of the data. By selecting the relevant dimensions and measures, you can create bar graphs that showcase performance across different Facebook ads accounts or pie charts that illustrate the distribution of metrics among the accounts. This way, you can enhance the visual representation of the data and gain valuable insights at a glance.

It's evident how seamlessly you can utilize multiple Facebook ads accounts to create a consolidated report using this feature. It provides a convenient way to analyze and compare data from different accounts in a single report, streamlining the reporting process.

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