One way to do this is to create custom metrics for YoY variance, then
create a table with that metric against Month of Year. This video is
helpful for creating the date segments and metrics: Growth Rates. Adobe
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There appears to be a workaround for this - start with your date range
as fixed dates going back >800 days. Then check the box for use rolling
dates. If you try to adjust the settings from there it might give you
problems, but "start of current day minus" is how I needed this one.
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