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More Features

rich_morgan
Level 1
Level 1

It would be nice to see

  • Trended data
  • Configurable rolling averages next to selected metric (ex Same day last 4 weeks, Same day last 7 weeks, etc)
  • Hourly running totals with single day or multiple day compares or rolling averages as mentioned above
  •     - If it's an hourly report and it's currently 4pm, I want my comparison dates to be totaled through the same hour, 4pm, not the total for the entire day
  • Charts that allow a second Y-axis along with scaling that can be modified
1 Accepted Solution
BenjaminGaines
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Employee
Employee

Hi Rich! Good suggestions. A few of these will be addressed later on in the beta process. I like the idea of hourly running totals. 

Trended data should be available today. Just add dimension values as columns. You can view dimension values by finding the dimension on the left and then clicking the right-facing arrow to see the items that are available for that dimension. Then add the desired granularity as your dimension. 

[img]Screen Shot 2015-03-25 at 11.48.34 AM.png[/img]

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mikethompson
Level 5
Level 5

Kind of related to what Rich said above, a way to compare current month-to-date to previous month-to-date (or previous year's month-to-date) would be handy. In the long run, it would be great to just be able to define your date ranges for comparison rather than relying on the predefined list.

BenjaminGaines
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Employee
Employee

Hi Rich! Good suggestions. A few of these will be addressed later on in the beta process. I like the idea of hourly running totals. 

Trended data should be available today. Just add dimension values as columns. You can view dimension values by finding the dimension on the left and then clicking the right-facing arrow to see the items that are available for that dimension. Then add the desired granularity as your dimension. 

[img]Screen Shot 2015-03-25 at 11.48.34 AM.png[/img]

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rich_morgan
Level 1
Level 1

Thanks Ben! 

Glad to see the trended data was simply a workflow error on my part. Is there quick video tutorial?