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19-04-2021

Description - Currently custom time ranges are limited to an 800 day lookback.  I would love this to go back a little farther, enough to accommodate a Last 90 Days two years ago rolling range.

Why is this feature important to you - With pandemic, YoY comparisons are not all that telling so I've been using Prior Prior Year to establish a better baseline for how much business we've recovered this year.  Last 90 days is a standard comparison window for us but I can't create that period two years ago because I hit the 800 day limit.

How would you like the feature to work -  Specifically, I'd just need the lookback window for days extended to 825 days.  Though since we have a rolling 37 months window of data, ideally the custom time range limit would go would go back to that (~1125 days).  

Current Behaviour - Days in time ranges stops at 800.  You could theoretically maybe do it in weeks or months, but for us "last 90 days" is the optimal time comparison range.

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I wonder if the limitation you have faced is driven by the fact that the account is set up to store data for up to 25 months?

 

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Our account is actually set up with 37 month retention.  Maybe some Adobe defaults assume a 25 month but that would be a 760 day limit (365x2 + 30) not 800.  You can see how the arrow is grayed out and you can go past that in setting up a rolling date range.

 

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