Hi @sramya , and welcome to our community!
Maybe this is not exactly what you are looking for, but I thought it is pretty close: in Lens there's the feature of customize time intervals for date histograms. While it won't print the dates exactly like your example, the combination of cell date + header interval may be enough.
In order to use reproduce a scenario similar to yours I've used the logs sample data, and goings through the following steps:
- Open Lens and pick the Datatable visualization
- Drag the "Records" field to the "Metrics" panel in order to have a count of entries
- Drag the date field (in my case of sample data is "@timestamp") to the "Break down by" panel
- Click on the "@timestamp" just configured in the "Break down by" panel to open a configuration panel, click on the "Customize time interval" and customize as will
- you see now the table will show a header with "@timestamp per day" (or minute/hours... depending on your configuration)
- In your table I can see you have the "Service calls" which probably is another "Break down by" criteria. In the sample data I've used the "tags.keyword" to replicate a similar scenario, dragging it to the "Break down by" panel as well.
In case I've misunderstood your issue, may I ask to give some more details on your use case?