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How can I keep the days before my child was born from being counted in the statistics? (viewed 4407 times)

If your Parenting Time Distribution graph is being affected by unmarked days (for example, days prior to the birth of the child), you can now use an offset to correct the graph. The offset value is configured from your Settings page.

  1. Click the Settings icon in the OPTIMAL toolbar.
  2. Click the Misc Settings tab.
  3. In the Year Offset Value section, click the calendar icon and set the date that you want to start counting statistics on.
  4. Click the Save Settings button.

The percentages in the Parenting Time Distribution graph for the year you entered will now reflect statistics calculated with the number of offset hours taken into account.

This offset configuration was added to account specifically for these kinds of conditions. If you do not need to configure an offset, leave these fields blank in your Settings screen.

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