3 Ways to add Annotations to Data Studio time series charts

At the time of the writing Data Studio doesn’t offer out of the box Annotations on time series charts. You can however add your annotations as seen below in easy ways.

Timeseries chart with two annotations applied
Time series chart with two annotations applied

We will cover 3 ways how to add Data Studio Annotations:

  • Adding by using a calculated field
  • Using a CSV file and data source blending




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