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Any method for bookmarking "today" as a date range?

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When you pick "Last 30 Days" from the date filter in the top right of the screen you get a URL string that always takes you to last 30 days.  

 

https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/  ...  F_u.dateOption%3Dlast30days%26_....

 

This "dateOption" portion of the URL string seems to set that.  I'd like to know if there are other "dateOption" settings to show things like "Today".  When I select "Today" it just puts the date into the URL, which makes bookmarking this date range for quick access impossible, where with the "Last 30 days" option we get a URL that always pulls in the 30 day range from this dateOption URL string. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Any method for bookmarking "today" as a date range?

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There used to some browser extensions floating about that did this, however they don't seem to have been maintained

 

I wasnt able to get the following to work: https://github.com/micheleb/ganalytics-lastDay

 

and unfortunately i didn't find anything in the GA App Gallery with this functionality either

https://www.google.com/analytics/partners/search/apps

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Any method for bookmarking "today" as a date range?

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I was hoping for this too. I guesses it would work the same as week or month, but it doesn't seem to be doing that. Smiley Sad