I'm using countly enterprise v18.04.1.
I'm wondering if count.ly can do some of the things I'm asking. If it can't, then are there any plans for count.ly to do these things?
Is there a way to get the number of users at a point in time or in a bucket of time with provided filters?
So Is there a way to get a graph that shows the total number of users each month over the period of a year?
Then could we filter that by any property on the user to get that total?
Also, could that data be combined with the event data in drill to get the percentage of users that completed a particular event in a given month?
I had the idea of having a users activated event that would have a sum of 1 when a user was activated and if they were deactivated the event would have the sum of -1. Then you could run a drill query to get the net users activated in a month. The only issue is I want a rolling balance of total active users month after month ( or day/hour/week). Is there a way to do running totals in drill with sums?