Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
BedrockMission!

Learn More

View all

Sign in to view all badges

Compare Metrics on Multiple Time Periods In Analysis Workspace

Avatar

Avatar
Validate 1
Level 6
mikem2436009
Level 6

Likes

146 likes

Total Posts

30 posts

Correct Reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Validate 1
Boost 50
Boost 5
Boost 3
Boost 25
View profile

Avatar
Validate 1
Level 6
mikem2436009
Level 6

Likes

146 likes

Total Posts

30 posts

Correct Reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Validate 1
Boost 50
Boost 5
Boost 3
Boost 25
View profile
mikem2436009
Level 6

17-05-2017

I am looking to compare YoY, MoM, DoD across several different dates.  Right now, I am limited to pull in the "Compare Time Periods" to last Year or Last Month, ect... when a single date is selected.  Its super helpful to see the Percent Change between two dates.  But it would be more helpful if I could apply the "Compare Time Periods" feature to a trended date series.  I can "Add time period column" which is helpful, but it would be more helpful if there was an option to also "Add a percent change colmn"

See my ugly screenshot below for an example

2 Comments

Avatar

Avatar
Coach
Employee
Gigazelle
Employee

Likes

468 likes

Total Posts

1,947 posts

Correct Reply

739 solutions
Top badges earned
Coach
Contributor 2
Validate 1
Ignite 80
Ignite 70
View profile

Avatar
Coach
Employee
Gigazelle
Employee

Likes

468 likes

Total Posts

1,947 posts

Correct Reply

739 solutions
Top badges earned
Coach
Contributor 2
Validate 1
Ignite 80
Ignite 70
View profile
Gigazelle
Employee

24-09-2018

Marking as a duplicate of Dynamic date comparison - please show your support there!

Avatar

Avatar
Level 1
lu_liu
Level 1

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

1 post

Correct Reply

0 solutions
View profile

Avatar
Level 1
lu_liu
Level 1

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

1 post

Correct Reply

0 solutions
View profile
lu_liu
Level 1

17-10-2019

I have the same question now.  Do you ever find out how to do this?  Is this a feature available in Adobe?  Thanks!