As a trial user, we will provide you with a fully working version of InventoryLab and automatically sync the past 60 days of Sales and Expenses from Amazon to evaluate if InventoryLab is right for you!
As a paid subscriber, you are able to import sales as far back as 2016.
Syncing historical data is easy! Simply log into your Amazon Seller Account and go to Reports->Payments->All Statements and then select Request Report for each settlement period you wish to show data for in InventoryLab.
Once you’ve requested each of the settlement reports, sales data will begin to synchronize within your account automatically (you may not see it right away but this does not mean it’s not working).
Any fees or expenses (refunds, inbound shipping cost, storage fees, service fees) that were included in your settlement report for that time period will also populate within the account once the sync is complete.
After you click Request Report, you will see a message saying it's "In Progress" and then three report types should be available: Download Flat File V2, Download XML & Download Flat File.
Note: You may need to refresh the page in Seller Central for it to show that the reports are available.
If correct, it should look like this:
To double-check that all three report types are available, click the down arrow next to "Download Flat File V2"
If you do not see all three of these options, please open a case with Seller Support and inform them of which report types you do not see, and ask them to make them available for all past and future timeframes.
Note: Please allow 24-48 hours for all of the data to synchronize within your InventoryLab account. This timeframe may vary depending on the amount of back data you are importing.
Large volume sellers may take several additional days to import past data due to the volume of information.
As your data is synced, you will see it reflected on your Reports>Profit & Loss report.
A full list of what is synced from your settlement reports can also be found here- What Does InventoryLab Track Automatically and When?