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Easy Way To "Flip" The Date Period in GA?
Planet13

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Msg#: 4687991 posted 8:15 pm on Jul 15, 2014 (gmt 0)

Is there an easy way to "flip" the date period in google analytics when comparing two different periods?

For instance, if I am looking at this year compared to last, is there is an easy way to switch to LAST year compared to this year?

For some reason, google seems to hate me when I go into the little date fields and change the years from 14 to 13. It seems to autocorrect them for me.

Oh, the reason I am doing this is because I want to see if there are pages that received significant traffic last year (or even in 2012) that fell off the radar in 2014.

Thanks in advance.

 

bumpski

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Msg#: 4687991 posted 8:44 am on Jul 16, 2014 (gmt 0)

For some reason, google seems to hate me when I go into the little date fields and change the years from 14 to 13. It seems to autocorrect them for me.


I've noticed this quirk too, but to answer your question, I can't think of an easy way, sorry. You obviously know about comparing to previous period, but there is no compare to next period, perhaps there should be.

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