Ranges refer to minimum and maximum values, whereas spans refer to the distance between values. For instance, a date range from March 1, 2017 to May 1, 2017 spans 61 days.
- Use an en dash (option + -) between two values in ranges and spans.
- For dates and dollar amounts, include a space on either side of the en dash.
- For undefined ranges, specify the lowest possible value and add a + after the value.
- When adding a + to abbreviated numbers, add it after the abbreviation.
|1–20 servers||1 - 20 servers|
|Aug 21, 2019 – Sep 12, 2019||Aug 21, 2019-Sep12, 2019|
|Aug 21, 2019 from 9:45am – 8:45pm||Aug 21, 2019 from 9:45 am-8:45 pm|
|$0.00 – $29.99||$0.00-$29.99|
|50+ applications||> 50 applications|
|29K+ rpm||29+K rpm|
When referring to a block or span of time, like the one selected in the time picker, use "time range."
|Time range||Time frame, time span...|
|Select a different time range||Select a different time frame.|