Just wondering why I can't find the chart that keeps track of tracking codes.
Oh, yeah. Thanks, as he leaves feeling dumb and stupid.
Yes its located there but personally I don't like opening
Earnings and the page opens to Affiliate Settings
The only reason is there is to much of a chance to accidentally click configure and change it. Yes you probably have to confirm changes but once that page is set there shouldn't be a reason to keep checking it.
I don't use those links to check earnings maybe its just me I bookmark google adsense and amazon associates pages.
Anyone else feel this way? Default should be.... maybe an option to lock configure so no accidental clicking is made.
I guess if it becomes a problem we will hear about it
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