Your selection affects how the chart looks.


The values of up to two metrics are shown on the y-axis. If you select more than two metrics, the value of the y-axis is not shown.

The y-axis values follow the order of the buttons at the top of the chart, with one metric value shown on the left of the chart and the other shown on the right.

Example 1: If you select Clicks and Applicants, Clicks is displayed on the left and Applicants is on the right (following the display order of the metrics)

Example 2 (see screenshot): If you select Conversion rate, the legend is on the left. But if you then add Applicants, the Applicants legend is on the left and Conversion rate is moved to the right (again following the order of the metrics displayed above the chart).


The x-axis represents time, and the beginning of each campaign cycle is clearly marked (only if daily is the time unit). The units of time change according to the selected time unit. The default time unit is daily.

The magenta dot marks the start of each campaign cycle. Hover over that dot to display a tooltip with the selected performance metrics at the start of that campaign cycle. Note that the budget only appears when the daily view is selected.


When Daily is selected, the start of the first selected campaign cycle is shown.

If the time period is less than six months, the chart includes gray vertical lines that indicate the beginning of each week (Monday).

If the time period is greater than six months, the x-axis shows the months.

If the range is more than one year, the x-axis shows the quarters of the year, which are labeled Q4 2017 and so on.

Weekly or Monthly

The x-axis shows the date of the first week or month and the date of the last week or month.

Understanding the total budget

The aggregated budget for the selected campaign cycles is displayed at the top right side of the chart only when you select the “All time” option or the “last x of y campaign cycles” option from the date.

The jobs performance chart

The number of lines shown on the chart corresponds with trend lines presented, and they are color-coded according to the metrics selected. Hover over a specific date, week, or month (depending on the time unit you selected) to see the values of the selected metrics for that time unit.


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