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A total for Lifetime Earnings

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Bettye U Member Since: Mar 6, 2016
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Is there anywhere that reflects lifetime earnings with a TOTAL? The best I could find was a listing of lifetime earnings by client that I had to add manually because there was no sum. I was curious to see how close I am to the next earnings milestone ($10K higher than the previous milestone). As it turns out I'm only $117 away (I knew it was close), but it was awkward adding it manually. This seems like a rather important piece of information to leave out...?

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Bettye U Member Since: Mar 6, 2016
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OK, so I exported the file into Excel and entered a sum. Guess I'll need to do that a couple of times a year if I want to keep up. 

 

I'll also put it in descending amount order in Excel...but I'm curious. Does anyone know what order this list is in? It's not alphabetical, it's not by date of contract...?

 

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Renante V Member Since: Feb 7, 2018
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Bettye U wrote:

Is there anywhere that reflects lifetime earnings with a TOTAL? The best I could find was a listing of lifetime earnings by client that I had to add manually because there was no sum. I was curious to see how close I am to the next earnings milestone ($10K higher than the previous milestone). As it turns out I'm only $117 away (I knew it was close), but it was awkward adding it manually. This seems like a rather important piece of information to leave out...?


Go to Reports => Earnings By Client

 

Then adjust the date to as far back as you need/want. Once you click "GO", all your earnings will be displayed, with a Total.

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Bettye U Member Since: Mar 6, 2016
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Thank you!

 

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Bettye U Member Since: Mar 6, 2016
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Actually, that only seems to go back one year, so I guess I'll stick with what I'm doing...but this ought to be easier. I don't see why they don't just add a Total for Lifetime Earnings.

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Virginia F Member Since: Feb 15, 2016
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It goes back to your first job on Upwork. You have to click on the calender and specify a date range. Mine goes all the way back to my first job on Upwork. Lifetime billings include Elance, if you migrated from that site (no sum total). But it's easy enough to download the CVS file and put it in a spread sheet to get totals, as was suggested.

 

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