What happened to the link that allowed you to see a line graph? I miss that! Bring it back!
I have a vague recollection that HP got rid of that. Probably because the Analytics charts already do a good job in that regard.
Apparently, it put too much pressure on HP's servers (as reported by Paul Deeds).
It never worked for me anyway.
Also Analytics really is better, as PDS says.
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