Pivottable allows to use activitystream as source data.
This offers the field modification date (day)
Pivottable usually wants to aggregate data for charts or tables to be meaningful, and that requires the aggregation of single data points overt common time frames: weeks, months, etc
It would be very useful if there was some way to let the user display activity stream data over weeks, months, etc.
With tracker data, you can do a workaround with a mathematical calculation field and using the Calculation syntax to get the week or month from a date field, etc. But with activity stream, I don't get how to achieve that.
This is going to be very useful for Tiki site admins to find insights on how their users are makeing use of their tiki sites over time.
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