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What is a Lookback Window? A short definition.

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The lookback window allows you to control the amount of historical data used for attribution. For example, a lookback window of 30 days will include touchpoints up to 30 days before the conversion occurred. Any touchpoints outside the lookback window won’t be included in the report.

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