For any business, absolute numbers are usually half the story (especially for fast-growing companies). 

Communicating to stakeholders that you've signed 50 new clients is nice, but it is half the story. Giving an update that you've signed 50 new clients increasing your total clients by 40% this month and you've increased clients on average 50% each month over the last 3 months paints a much more clear picture as to what is happening in your business. That's why we are launching our BI Layer! 

When opening up your metrics to see your options that you can view, there are 3 options on the visualization: Hidden, Tooltip, and Chart

Hidden: Details are not shown in your chart

Tooltip: Details are shown when you hover over the time period 

Chart: Details are visualized on the chart 

The options you have to display in addition to your metric data and forecast data (is applicable) are the following...

Growth % - The percent change over the value from the previous period
3 periods rolling avg. - The average value over the previous 3 periods
6 periods rolling avg. - The average value over the previous 6 periods
12 periods rolling avg. - The average value over the previous 12 periods
Total - Total sum over current and all past data points. 

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