Set or compare a Time Range

Modified on Mon, 04 Apr 2022 at 02:22 PM

Set or compare time range -- Updated for April 2022 Release


Here you can choose for which period you wish to see data in the panel. By default, you will see data from the last 7 days. You can also compare data from two different periods, for example to see the results of different marketing actions.


Set or compare time range


Set or compare time ranges

Click on the triangle next to the date to set a time range, or to compare two periods. This will open the screen shown above.


Set a time range

To change the time range for which the data must be displayed, you can choose from various preset periods in the blue bar on top. Alternatively, you can choose a customized time range, for example the last 14 days. Click in the left date field under Date Range and choose a date in the calendar. Next click in the right date field under Date Range and choose a date. Finally, click OK to see the results for the chosen time range.


NOTE: You cannot choose a date ending after the current date. If you choose a starting date which lies before the date on which data started to be analyzed, you will see no data. Also note that today's data may be incomplete and has impact on the average values.


Compare periods

To compare the data for two periods, first choose the time range you wish to compare (as described above) and then click on the triangle next to Compare to. This shows the following options:

The initial period is always shown first, the period where you compare this with as second. In this example we compare the current week with the previous week.
Note you can change this by selecting 'Custom' as mentioned below, but then you will need to carefully select the periods as in many cases comparing completely different time period may be confi

None - choose to cancel the comparison

Previous period - choose to compare the chosen period with the period directly prior to it

Custom - choose to set your own customized period


While moving the mouse over the data of 22.01, you see that the number of visits increased from 46 to 51. The percentage in the lower left corner shows the percentage by which the overall number of visits increased or decreased.




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