when using a filter, the graph should just be for the info that is showing
if I apply a filter for just campaigns a,b and c, the graph should only show the metrics that apply to those campaigns.
Thanks for your feedback, everyone. The filter control now also controls the graph, as well as the grid, so the views of your data are in sync. You can now find the filtration controls above the grid in areas where the filter controls both (Campaign, Ad Group, Keywords, Ad Extensions, and Ads grids). Please e-mail me at email@example.com if you have any feedback, or post other product suggestions on UserVoice!
Greg Young commented
I'm really surprised that this still hasn't been updated... The graph is a very help tool whose visualization allows for easier data consumption and better decision making based off of trends.
If I could give more votes than 3 I would!
Lew Brannon commented
When you are in the campaign, ad group or keywords view, if you filter for a subset of criteria, the graph does not reflect the change. Please update this.
The data shown in the graph always reflect the account data. If you drill into a single adgroup or overlay a filter, the numeric data in the table reflect the smaller dataset, but the graph continues to plot the entire account's data.
the graph that is shown by a report has this functionality.
Please do the same for the graph that is shown on the campaigns tab.