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Re: Dynamic 'Last Year' time option
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Similar in that this describes a time range that moves as real time moves. But mine is more customizable on an as need basis.

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Yes, and I used dynamic date ranges to create my “Today LY” date range as seen below which takes whatever date I specify and subtracts 364 days:But if I’m currently selecting 3 days, or 4, or 2 weeks, etc, this won’t change to show the equivalent last year numbers. I can’t just change the ‘End’ component to be ‘minus 363’, ‘minus 362’, etc because we don’t know what end date the user will be choosingIf the ‘End:’ component could read“End: End of last day/ending day minus 364 days”I believe that ...

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We have fairly static time filters such as Last 3 full months, Last 13 full weeks, Last Week, etc. And I also understand I can go into Date Range Builder and build my own timeframe.However in building reports and having more agility in analytics, a dynamic Last Year (LY) option would be great. For example, if I want to look at Black Friday TY over LY, it would be easier to just drag in an “LY” filter to compare instead of creating a date filter which is then saved and static.A more use case scen...

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