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30-11-2017

I have alerts set up if certain metrics drop below a specified %. I have set the granularity to hourly, but this alerts me if the % for that particular hour is below the threshold. Is there a way to set up hourly reports if the metric drops below a specified % for the entire day?

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You should be able to use if/then logic in a calculated metric based on hour of the day. If the hour is something you don't want to track, you can override the metric to a number above your threshold. All other hours (the ones you do want to track) would simply report the actual metric, and if it is below the threshold, it sends an alert.

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Sounds like you need to create 2 alerts:

1 for hourly(you have it now)

2 Duplicate of hourly but set granularity to daily.(adjust % as needed if its different than hourly)