Frequency is the timeframe setting of a graph. It can be daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly.

Each graph has it's own frequency setting chosen at the time of creation.

NOTE: None of the following methods change the graph values, they only change the current view. To CONVERT the values read Converting Graph Frequency

There are 3 ways to adjust graph frequency:

  1. A single graph using Dashboard or Graphs View

  2. A group of graphs using Groups

  3. All graphs using Graphs View 

Method 1
Change the Frequency of a Single Graph

  1. In Dashboard or Graphs view

  2. Click Menu Icon (3 dots)

  3. Click Frequency/Range

  4. Choose your frequency: weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly. 

  5. Click Apply

Dashboard & Graphs View

Method 2
Change the Frequency of Multiple Graphs using Groups


Let's say you have a bunch of graphs with the frequency setting of "weekly."

But the management wants to see those graphs monthly.

Using Groups you can easily create a group with the frequency set to Monthly

The First step is to add a new group. This can be done via the Dashboard, Graphs or Graphs View. The example below uses the Graphs View.

  1. Go to Graphs View or Dashboard.

  2. Choose Menu Icon (3 dots)

  3. Choose Edit Graph

4. Scroll down to Graph Groups and type the full name of the new group
5. Click Add option (this will create the new group)
6. Scroll to the bottom and click Save Changes
REPEAT Steps 1 to 6 to add all graphs to the new group

8. Go to Settings
9. Choose Manage Graph Groups
10. Choose Edit Graph Group

11. Set the frequency for all graphs, or
12. Set the frequency for each individual graph in the group
13. Click Update Graph Group

With the new group "Monthly Stats" we can now instantly view all stats in that group with the monthly frequency.

In the image below, the first three graphs are weekly, and using the search bar we instantly add the monthly versions of the same graphs.

Method 3
Change the Frequency of all Graphs using Graphs View

  1. Choose Graphs View

  2. Choose Frequency

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