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Measurement for what % of the month we are through


  • MarissbcMarissbc New YorkSYS_ADMIN IMG42
    edited September 2020
    Hi @alex14

    I would try the DAYSBETWEEN(StartDate, endDate) function, which gives the days between the start date and end date as a number.  You may need to experiment with the following syntax in a calculated dimension, but something like:

    //To get your  numerator:
    var firstDay = DAYSBETWEEN((TODAY()), END_OF_MONTH(TODAY()));

    //To get your denominator:
    var lastDay = END_OF_MONTH(TODAY());

    var result = IFERROR(firstDay/lastDay,0); 

    return result 

    I hope this approach helps!

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