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Bring your Stripe data into Geckoboard using Baremetrics
Bring your Stripe data into Geckoboard using Baremetrics

Connect Baremetrics to your Stripe account, then use our pre-built Baremetrics integration to display your Stripe data in Geckoboard.

Updated over a week ago

Our Stripe integration doesn't currently offer an extended library of metrics. So, If you want to visualize MRR or customer subscription metrics from Stripe, you can bring your Stripe data into Geckoboard using Baremetrics.

Within Baremetrics you can connect to your Stripe account, and then you can use our pre-built Baremetrics integration to display your Stripe data in Geckoboard. Baremetrics offers a free trial if you want to see how it works.

Step 1: Connecting Stripe to your Baremetrics account

  1. In Baremetrics, click Connect with Stripe and link up your Stripe account. You must be an admin on your Stripe account to do this.

    Connect Stripe to Baremetrics
  2. Wait for your Stripe data to import into Baremetrics. This process can take a few minutes to several hours, depending on how much data you have.

  3. Once the data is imported, Baremetrics will calculate your metrics.

Step 2: Connecting your Stripe data to Geckoboard using Baremetrics

  1. Switch to Geckoboard and add a new Baremetrics widget.

  2. Click Create dataset under daily revenue and customer metrics.

    Click create dataset under daily metrics
  3. In the connection panel, click Connect via Baremetrics. This creates a connection and authenticates your Baremetrics account.

  4. Geckoboard will now import your Baremetrics data up to the last 60 days.

Example visualizations built using Baremetrics data

To learn more about creating dataset widgets, see our guide to creating visualizations from datasets.

Churn figures over 6 months plotted on a line chart
Current ARR with a goal value

Metrics supported in our Baremetrics integration

Geckoboard supports a wide range of metrics from Baremetrics, which can all be dialled in for specific time periods.

  • MRR

  • ARR

  • Net revenue

  • MRR growth rate

  • Other revenue

  • Quick ratio

  • Active subscriptions

  • New subscriptions

  • Plan quantities

  • Upgrades

  • Downgrades

  • Failed charges

  • Refunds

  • Coupons

  • ARPU

  • LTV

  • New customers

  • Active customers

  • Churned Customers

  • Reactivations

  • User Churn

  • Revenue churn

  • Net revenue churn

  • Cancellations

  • Active trials

  • New trials

  • Converted trials

  • Trial Conversion

  • Trial time to cancellation

  • Trial time to conversion

  • Fees

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