There are two groups of report settings:
1. Controls in the upper left part of the report, right under report name (works in the selected tab):
2. Controls in the upper right corner (works for the whole report):
By clicking on the No filters label, you open a list of created filters with an Add Filter button. To create a new filter:
You can invert all filter conditions by the ticking an Inverse Filter Conditions checkbox
Each rule is a word or few symbols in the name of the data source, which will define will it remain in place (include rule) or hidden (exclude rule). All of the above rules are used with OR combining - a string that satisfies at least one condition will pass through the filter successfully.
When you click Save Filter, the resulting filter will be added to the filter list. To activate it, you must tick the box next to it in the drop-down. In this case, the inscription No Filters will change to * Filters (e.g. 1 Filter, 2 Filters, etc.). So, in our example, the filter allows only those elements of the dataset, which have the word traffic in their name.
You can create a whole set of filters. Simultaneous connection of several filters is possible and works as the logical AND - only those data sources that satisfy the rules of all active filters will pass through this set of filters.
The two following controls on the same line allow you to define the boundaries of the time interval to be considered and the sampling frequency of the data.
The difference between the display of data in the daily and the other format is obvious. You can see it in the following screenshots.
Be advised: you activate a filter or date range for one tab only.
Controls at the top right corner give you access to various functions:
All these parts are so important that there are dedicated pages describing each of them.