What are the Default Time Frames in vWork Scheduled Reports

When creating a new scheduled report in vWork, you have the ability to set the Time Range for that report based on some default values.

These are displayed in the picture below.

These time ranges have specific definitions which we have defined in the table below.

Time Range  Definition
Month Before This will report on the entire previous month's date range from when the scheduled report is set to run. eg. If the scheduled report is set to run on the 4th January, this will report on December 1st - Dec 31st (previous month)
This Month  The entire month of the month the report is set to run in. eg. If the scheduled report is set to run on the 4th January, this will select January 1st - January 31st as the date range.
Month After  The entire upcoming month, after the month the report will run. eg. If the scheduled report is set to run on January the 4th, this will select the date range of February 1st - February 28th. 
Week Before  The date range for the 7 days Monday - Sunday of the previous week from when the report will run. eg. If the report is set to run on a Tuesday, this will report on the previous Monday to Sunday date range only.
This Week  The date range for the 7 days Monday - Sunday of the week the report will run. eg. If the report is set to run on a Saturday, this will report on the Monday to Sunday of that week only.
Week After  The date range for the 7 days Monday - Sunday of the following week. eg. If the scheduled report is set to run on a Tuesday, this will report on the following Monday to Sunday only.
Day Before  If the scheduled report is set to run on a Thursday, this will select 12.00am through to 11.59 pm of the Wednesday.
Today  If a scheduled report is set to run today this will report on the time range from 12.00am (or 0.00 hrs) through to 11.59.59pm (or 23.59.59 seconds) Today.
Day After  If a scheduled report is set to run today this will report on the time range from 12.00am tomorrow through to 11.59 tomorrow.


Need more information? ask us hereHave more questions? Submit a request