Transaction revenue report

The report is available for YouTube Partners who are using the transaction features listed below.

You can use the Transaction revenue report to get an overview of estimated revenue generated by transactions like Super Chat. You can also see this transaction revenue in the Revenue report.

See your Transaction revenue report

Creator Studio Classic

You can go directly to the Transaction revenue report or follow the steps below.

  1. Sign in to YouTube.
  2. In the top right, select your profile picture and then Creator Studio.
  3. In the left menu, click Analytics and then Transaction revenue report.

YouTube Studio

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. In the left menu, click Analytics.
  3. Click the Revenue tab to get more info.
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Note: You may see different metrics in YouTube Analytics based on the platform - Classic on a computer, YouTube Studio on a computer, or the YouTube Studio app. Up-to-date metrics are available faster in Analytics on YouTube Studio (both on a computer and on the app) than on Creator Studio classic.

How to use the Transaction revenue report

You can view transaction data by content owner, as well as on the channel and video level. You can filter data by business model, channel, video, geography, and date. "Business model" is the type of transaction and can be split into "Purchase and rental" or "Super Chat."

You can use the Transaction revenue report to see:

  • Transaction revenue: Estimated net revenue from transactions, such as paid content and Super Chat, deducting any partner charged refunds for the selected date range and country/region.
  • Transactions: Number of transactions from paid content or Super Chat for the selected date range and region.
  • Revenue per transaction: Average amount of a transaction from paid content or Super Chat for the selected date range and region.
  • Transaction revenue in the report may differ from the finalized payments due to various adjustments.
  • Earnings data is typically displayed within 24 hours after the end of the day (Pacific Standard Time), but it may take a couple of days to appear. Check back again later if you experience a delay.
  • If you have access to the Downloadable monthly reports, you can find finalized revenue for Super Chat and Memberships in the ‘Paid Features’ Report. Information about Movies and/or Shows rentals and purchases are in the "Transactional" report. These are available approximately 10 days after a month’s end. All other revenue is visible on the AdSense payment page within 15 days after a month’s end.
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