{"_id":"58267d300e52c019000cbafe","version":{"_id":"56ba46e2ce5d540d00e2d7aa","project":"56ba46e2ce5d540d00e2d7a7","__v":13,"createdAt":"2016-02-09T20:06:58.727Z","releaseDate":"2016-02-09T20:06:58.727Z","categories":["56ba46e3ce5d540d00e2d7ab","5771a6b145c7080e0072927f","5771a72eb0ea6b0e006a5221","5772e5b20a6d610e00dea073","577c3006b20f211700593629","57ae587bca3e310e00538155","57ae593a7c93fa0e001e6b50","57b1f8263ff6c519005cf074","582601f155b1060f00ec4173","582a62857a96051b0070b011","58ebfae58d5a860f00851fb9","590a75a1ec0d5e190095ab38","59e5253fd460b50010237bed"],"is_deprecated":false,"is_hidden":false,"is_beta":false,"is_stable":true,"codename":"","version_clean":"1.0.0","version":"1.0"},"category":{"_id":"582601f155b1060f00ec4173","project":"56ba46e2ce5d540d00e2d7a7","__v":0,"version":"56ba46e2ce5d540d00e2d7aa","sync":{"url":"","isSync":false},"reference":false,"createdAt":"2016-11-11T17:37:53.355Z","from_sync":false,"order":1,"slug":"guides","title":"Guides"},"parentDoc":null,"__v":0,"project":"56ba46e2ce5d540d00e2d7a7","user":"5732062ad720220e008ea1d2","updates":[],"next":{"pages":[],"description":""},"createdAt":"2016-11-12T02:23:44.980Z","link_external":false,"link_url":"","githubsync":"","sync_unique":"","hidden":false,"api":{"results":{"codes":[]},"settings":"","auth":"required","params":[],"url":""},"isReference":false,"order":3,"body":"This guide covers how to use the Jump to timeframe input box located at the bottom of the page in the LogDNA web app.\n\nBefore we begin, keep in mind that time queries are performed in conjunction with filters and search. Any specified search queries, sources, apps, and log levels are respected in addition to the timeframe itself.\n\n## Jump to time\n\nTo jump to a point in time in your logs, type the desired day and time.\n```\ntoday at 11am\n```\nThis will take you to your log lines at 11 am today, in your local time.\n\n## Set a timeframe\n\nTo set a timeframe for your logs, type two different dates and times separated by `to`.\n```\nlast fri 4:30p to 11/12 1 AM\n```\nThis will show al logs between last Friday at 4:30 PM and November 12 at 1 AM.\n\n## Caveats\nYou can only search as far back as your plan's retention allows. So, if you are on the Birch plan, you can only search back through the last 7 days of logs.","excerpt":"","slug":"time","type":"basic","title":"Time"}
This guide covers how to use the Jump to timeframe input box located at the bottom of the page in the LogDNA web app. Before we begin, keep in mind that time queries are performed in conjunction with filters and search. Any specified search queries, sources, apps, and log levels are respected in addition to the timeframe itself. ## Jump to time To jump to a point in time in your logs, type the desired day and time. ``` today at 11am ``` This will take you to your log lines at 11 am today, in your local time. ## Set a timeframe To set a timeframe for your logs, type two different dates and times separated by `to`. ``` last fri 4:30p to 11/12 1 AM ``` This will show al logs between last Friday at 4:30 PM and November 12 at 1 AM. ## Caveats You can only search as far back as your plan's retention allows. So, if you are on the Birch plan, you can only search back through the last 7 days of logs.