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samirkhan
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Returning and New Members

Hi All,

 

Can somone help me to find out the count of customers and the corresponding sales for customers who are members.

 

1. Returning Members = Unique count of Customers who have "1" in Member Column for this period but also have "1"  before the min date in this period if they booked anything in past.

2. New Members = Unique Count of Customers who have "1" in this period but "0" in previous periods. Again they may me returning customers but became members this period.

 

Customer Email(UniqueID)Booking DateMember (1/0)Booking Amount
abc01/01/19901£
abc02/01/19900£
abc03/01/19901£
abc04/01/19900£

 

I used the queries below for New/ Returning Customers but stuck with the Membership metrics.

 

NewCustomers = COUNTROWS(FILTER(ADDCOLUMNS(VALUES(AllAdvam[CustomerEmailAddress]),"PreviousSale",CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(AllAdvam),FILTER(ALL(AllAdvam[Booking Date].[Date]),AllAdvam[Booking Date].[Date]<MIN(AllAdvam[Booking Date].[Date])))),[PreviousSale]=0))

 

Returning Customer = COUNTROWS(FILTER(ADDCOLUMNS(VALUES(AllAdvam[CustomerEmailAddress]),"PreviousSale",CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(AllAdvam),FILTER(ALL(AllAdvam[Booking Date].[Date]),AllAdvam[Booking Date].[Date]<MIN(AllAdvam[Booking Date].[Date])))),[PreviousSale]>0))

 

May be, I need to add another filter for Members columns to the codes above?

 

Sam

 

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