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I believe you are going to need to create two parameter, one start date and one end date for your range and then a calculated field that looks for the create_account_date values. If you use a filter, then the data is going to be limited to the filter range and you will not be able to pull anything that is outside of that range.
Hi Tim, I tried adding Start date as a date time parameter, and End date as date time parameter.
I then created a custom calculation: [create_account_date] >= [start_date] and [create_account_date] <= [end_date] and added it as filter set to True.
It looks like it gives same values as before.
Did I misunderstand anything?
[create_account_date] >= [start_date] and [registration_date] <= [end_date]
Can you try this?
This brings down value of User Creates Account to that of User Registers.
I don’t think you can put an AND here. These are two separate statements. I am currently away from my computer.
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Thanks Tim, I actually used the calculated field as True False dimension, but as soon as I switched it to a measure and added to the table- everything worked.