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Advanced Configurations
Record Scope

Record Scope Panel

The Record Scope panel lets you choose which days and times you’d like reported upon. The Date popup menu lets you select among several relative dates or date ranges. These include options for:

  • All (all log entries)
  • Today (today’s log entries)
  • Yesterday (yesterday’s log entries)
  • Last Month (previous month’s log entries)
  • WTD (week-to-date; the current week’s log entries)
  • MTD (month-to-date; the current month’s log entries)
  • YTD (year-to-date; the current year’s log entries).

The Date popup menu also includes options for selecting specific dates:

  • Before (log entries before a given date)
  • After (log entries after a given date)
  • Is (log entries matching a given date)
  • Is Not (log entries excluding a given date)
  • Between (log entries between a range of dates)
  • Exclude (log entries excluding a range of dates)

    By default, the Date popup is set to “All.”

The Time popup menu includes options for:

  • All Day (all log entries)
  • Before (log entries before a given time)
  • After (log entries after a given time)
  • Is (log entries matching a given time)
  • Is Not (log entries excluding a given time)
  • Between (log entries between a range of times)

    By default, the Time popup is set to “All Day.”

The Day of Week popup menu includes options for:

  • All (all log entries)
  • Weekdays (Monday through Friday’s log entries)
  • Weekends (Saturday & Sunday’s log entries)
  • Sunday (Sunday’s log entries)
  • Monday (Monday’s log entries)
  • Tuesday (Tuesday’s log entries)
  • Wednesday (Wednesday’s log entries)
  • Thursday (Thursday’s log entries)
  • Friday (Friday’s log entries)
  • Saturday (Saturday’s log entries)

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