How to zoom in on a chart
Much like you zoom in on a map, there are times when you may want to zoom in on a chart. Maybe you're viewing a chart with a long time history, but you only want to view or share a shorter period of time. Maybe you're looking at a price distribution and only want to show your client the range of interest to them. Or maybe you're creating a Pricing Insights analysis and are trying to see all the individual listings in a particular quadrant. Whatever the case, here's the solution.
To zoom in on whatever part of the chart is of interest to you, just move your mouse to the area you want to start. It doesn't even need to be on a particular point! Then, click and hold down your regular mouse button (typically the left button unless you've changed it). Then drag your mouse across the screen. You will see a blue bar appear and grow as you drag your mouse.
When you've reached the point where you want to stop, let go of the mouse button, and the screen will zoom in. When you're done, and want to go back to the original full screen, click on the Reset zoom button in the top right corner of the chart.
The zoom will reset itself if you change any of the filters or navigate to another metric or chart.
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