Date and Time Selector

Determine the time range of a query by clicking on the time selector. The time selector is common across all reports. This article details the options in the time selector.

Click on the date range displayed under TIME to access the following options:

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The default on most reports is “Last 30 days”, but there are a variety of pre-set options, as well as the option to select a custom date range.

For these date ranges, the output shows results from the last complete 30 days, plus any results from the current incomplete day. Likewise, “Last 96 hours” shows the last 96 complete hours down to the second, plus the results from the current incomplete hour.

Current day

Current incomplete day up to the current second.

Previous day

Last complete 24 hour period and the query count from the current incomplete day up to the current second.

Last 96 hours

Last 4 days and the query count from the current incomplete day up to the current second.

Last 30 days

Last 30 days and the query count from the current incomplete day up to the current second.

Last 24 weeks

Last 168 days and the query count from the current incomplete day up to the current second.

Last 12 months

Last 360 days and the query count from the current incomplete day up to the current second.


Select a Date Range

The Select date range menu opens up some additional options, "in the last", "between", "since", and "on".

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In the Last

“In the last” allows you to select a time range similar to the default “last 30 days” but you have the flexibility to choose the time value and scale, ranging from hours to days, weeks, or months.

Between

“Between” allows you to select two dates to query between.

You can also check the box beside Rolling date to query based on a rolling date range. This means that the dates used will adjust relative to the current day. For example, if today you set the date range to be between 1/3/19 and 1/7/19, tomorrow the report will query between 1/4/19 and 1/8/19.

Since

“Since” allows you to select a specific date to query for all data since that start date.

On

“On” allows you to select a specific date to query.

You can also check the box beside Rolling date to query based on a rolling date range. This means that the date selected will adjust relative to the current day. For example, if today you set the “on” date as 1/3/19, tomorrow the report will query 1/4/19.

Cohorts, Explore, Messages and Experiments

In addition to the Select date range menu options available in Analysis, the "in the next" option is available for Cohorts, Explore, Messages and Experiments when you select a date property

In the Next

"In the next" allows you to select a time range similar to the default "next 30 days" but you have the flexibility to choose the time value and scale, ranging from hours to days, weeks, or months. 

 

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