Interesting question. I'm a bit worried about regional settings influencing this, making the URLs dependent on each user's individual locale. Most of the time though, the ISO format (2007-04-05T12:30-02:00) should work for any: ISO 8601 - Wikipedia
With should i mean i did not test...
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All the URL parameter does is push what you have written to the starttime/endtime boxes at the bottom. So any PI time will work.
Example 1 - Absolute time
For example is I use:
Then I get
Example 2 - Relative time
You can also use relative time. So if I use:
Example 3 - Absolute and relative time
There are also many ways to specify PI Time, so I can also use:
For the timezone, it can be specified using "tz". For example ?tz=UTC-5:00
Thank you both! I think I tried the time in the URL, but I must have mistyped the space code. After that, I was stumped.