How to use "[interval] to Date" vs "This [interval]" Date Ranges

The Date Ranges “[interval] to Date” and "This [interval]" are important to understand in order to accurately analyze your data. 

This includes Date Ranges like "Week to Date" vs "This Week," "Month to Date" vs "This Month," and "Quarter to Date" vs "This Quarter." 

To better understand this, we'll work through an example using the Date Ranges "Month to Date" and "This Month."

HOW TO

How to use "Month to Date"

The Date Range "Month to Date" includes data from the first day of the month until the current day.

For a Metric like "Closed Won Deals," only Deals that have already closed will be included. If today is the 15th of the month and a Deal is scheduled to close on the 20th, "Month" will include that as a Closed Won Deal starting on the 20th of the month. 

How to use "This Month"

The Date Range "This Month" includes data from the first day of the month until the last day of the month, regardless of the current day.

For a Metric like "Closed Won Deals," any Deals that are set to close in the current month will be included. If today is the 15th of the month and a Deal is scheduled to close on the 20th, "This Month" will include that as a Closed Won Deal starting on the 1st day of the month. 

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