As our commitment to constantly improve the product, we will be launching new calendar widget coming Wednesday, May 2.
This calendar widget will replace the existing calendar across dashboards.
- Easy way to move between months & years
- Pre-filled relative days and an option to select custom dates
3 . Queries with relative days, will now apply when you bookmark the query and run the query later.
4 . Relative days now support moving “In the last” and “Was exactly”
5 . “Was exactly” will now support number of weeks, months and years, along with days as in previous calendar.
6 . When you select the calendar date range, you can choose the exact days for which you want data populated
Example: On 15th Jan, I want to see data for 1st Jan to 3rd Jan
Calendar Date allows the following options:-
o You can choose to get data for all dates between the date range selected
o When you select ‘before’, you will get data for all dates before the date selected
o The lower bound on this is the DRP set for the event(s) in question OR 10 years, whichever is earlier
o When you select ‘after’, you will get data for all dates after the date selected, till today
o You can choose to view data for a specific date only, by selected the ‘on’ functionality
7 . Brand new operators in events (earlier these operators were present only in custom user properties)
This option is available only under the event property section. Operators gives you 2 options namely, exists and does not exist.
o You can choose ‘exists’ if you want to filter your data based on if the date is present for the event
o Example: For Airline, show event charged where departure date exists
Does Not Exist
o You can choose ‘exists’ if you want to filter your data based on if the date is absent for the event
o Example: For movie streaming, show event subscribed where upload date does not exist
8 . Calendar now supports “In the last” , “Was exactly”, “In the next”, “Will be exactly” in event properties with date time values
Please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com for any queries on the new Calendar.