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Updating date axis

I'm designing a report that is meant to show data from today to 24 months out. Is there any way to set up the date axis to automatically update the range so that it always starts on today and ends on 2 years from today? 

Thanks in advance.

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vicky_
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There's two ways - one is to use a relative data filter on the visual and set that to last 2 years, and the other is to add a filter to your measure calculation to only return values in the last two years with a DATESINPERIOD filter. 

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vicky_
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There's two ways - one is to use a relative data filter on the visual and set that to last 2 years, and the other is to add a filter to your measure calculation to only return values in the last two years with a DATESINPERIOD filter. 

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