The globally available Time frame selector is available for use across all pages and views. You’ll find the Time frame selector in the upper-right corner.
Just select the time frame you’re interested in analyzing. The Time frame selector affects data page-wide.
Previous and Next buttons enable you to move forward and backward in time.
Time frame selection is sticky—selected time frames are propagated to all pages you visit where time-frame selection is supported. For example, after changing the analysis time frame on your home dashboard, time-frame selection is preserved as you drill down from the Applications tile to individual application pages. The exception is when you click the Dashboard button in the header. The Dashboard button resets the time frame to your current dashboard’s default time frame.
Custom dashboards can be built for many different purposes, for example, infrastructure health or real user monitoring. This is why it makes sense to have different analysis time frames for different dashboards—you don’t have to reset the time frame to the default each time you switch dashboards.
Recently used time frames
In some instances it makes sense to switch back to a recently used time frame. The Time frame selector includes a list of the most recently used time frames (up to 10).