Relative date ranges - "starting from" does not give expected result


I am using the relative date range and here it also works as I would expect:

But in this example "2 days ago" shows Dec 29, 2021 which is not really 2 days ago!
Am I using it wrong?

Thanks for any help!

Edit: I think it get's confusing for me when the time units in the two selections are not the same, for example years and days.

Hi @wanda
Post "Diagnostic Info" from Admin > Troubleshooting.

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@wanda That's a little confusing. I've created an issue for this: - upvote by clicking :+1: on the first post

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