We want to make it easy for you to look at the optimal time frame for your data. That’s why we offer three ways to select a specific date range. Any changes to the date picker and interval selector also affects the data table at the bottom of the Chart pages.

Date picker

Available on most of our pages, the date picker allows you to select from a wide range of preset timeframes (Today, Yesterday, Last Month, Past 180 Days, All Time, etc…) or select a custom date range by specifying the start date and end date using the calendar feature. 

For metrics which are only calculated on a monthly interval (Churn, Lifetime Value, etc…), we still allow you to select a custom date range or preset; however, the interval will always be Months.

Chart interval drilldowns

When looking at a wide date range, you may want to drill down into a specific interval to analyze it more closely. Rather than using the date picker and choosing a custom date range, you can simply click on any point on a chart to zoom in on that interval. 

The date picker is automatically updated with the new date range and the interval that is the most suitable for the new date range is selected.

Using this action, you can easily drill down to the smallest interval we offer, Hours, and if you want to go back to your initial date range, just click on the Back button next to the date picker.

Chart date range drilldowns

If you wish to narrow down the date range over a period that stretches over multiple data points, you can also click and drag on the time-series chart to change the time frame. As with the chart interval drilldowns, both the date picker and interval are updated to reflect the new date range.

Similarly, you can also use the Back button next to the date picker to jump back to the previous date range.

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