When you have a multi-source report, sometimes one date range for all doesn't do the trick. That's why we created multi-calendars.

With multi-calendars you can set different ranges for individual integrations, all in one report:

:date:Show month's data for your website's performance
:date:Show YTD for Facebook
:date:Show 2 weeks for Instagram, etc.

When you switch to multi-calendar view, simply set different date ranges using individual calendars  for each integration.

Tip! Fore some integrations you can also do more than just select different date ranges:

🎯In Google Analytics you can compare the performance of different segments across flexible date ranges
🎯In Facebook Ads, you can compare two different accounts or campaigns
🎯In Facebook, you can compare two different pages

At this moment multi-calendar reports cannot be automated, but you can always generate a report to your liking and use share functions to spread the insights with a click of a button.

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