How can I adjust the search dates that show up in the tag summary?

I'm trying to view my tags by month. For example, I'd like to see my "Reimbursement" tags for just August or just last month. Is there away to adjust the search to show certain dates or months?

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I know this question was from a few months ago, but since others might be looking to do the same thing, why can't you use Trends, enter your tag ("Reimbursement") in the Show transactions that match" field and then choose "Custom" under the "During:" field? A pie chart will show up with all your "Reimbursement" transactions from across multiple categories that fall within the date range you specify.

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