Helpful shading on usage graphs

Rather than show day/twilight/night on the usage graphs, it would be far more helpful to overlay peak/off-peak

Author: Simon Hodgson, 24.12.2010, 10:48
Idea status: in process

Response from the site administrator

aaisp, 21.04.2015
This is in our engineering team's queue.


Matthew Seaman, 08.01.2012, 09:48
or show all the different charging bands colour coded, not just peak/off-peak. I agree with the OP: this would certainly be more useful for me than day/night indicators.
ct, 21.03.2012, 10:50
Yes - Would like this suggestion implementing. If I want to know when it's going dark I can look out of the window :)
Deanna, 27.03.2012, 10:50
The night time is so it can be tied up with sources of interference (street lights, etc)
aaisp, 24.01.2013, 15:34
This is similar to http://ideas.aa.net.uk/?ia=63540 - We'll see what we can do.
KK, 23.01.2015, 10:17
This would be great. An more intuitive way of showing this data would be a separate graph for consumption in terms of units rather than bytes.

I.e., the same graph as the data graph, but with the amount of data multiplied by 20 during the daytime and divided by 20 during the early morning special. And even more intuitive would be the ability to toggle between a linear and logarithmic y-axis!
CecilWard, 30.03.2018, 10:50
It would indeed be nice if the tariff time-bands could be shown on the CQM graphs, perhaps optionally as an alternative instead of the current (is it?) sunrise-sunset times. It would hopefully be line-specific so accurate with respect to the regional bank holiday logic that AA uses for determining tariff bands’ timings, and it also needs to apply any shift [?] in time bands due to daylight-saving kicking in.

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