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kl8818
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Count Formula

I used quick measure and this is the formula it populated. However, I need to adjust it to be "a greater than/equal to 2" versus highlighting every individual number so I do not have to update it each time when new variables are added to the data set. 

= CALCULATE(COUNTA('User Summary'[First Login]),'User Summary'[Total Daily Logins] IN {2,3,4,5,6,7,8})

 

I believe the IN is what I need to adjust but I have not found anything that points me in the right direction. Could someone help me adjust this formula?

 

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @kl8818 

have you tried 

= CALCULATE(COUNTA('User Summary'[First Login]),'User Summary'[Total Daily Logins] >= 2 )

?

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @kl8818 

have you tried 

= CALCULATE(COUNTA('User Summary'[First Login]),'User Summary'[Total Daily Logins] >= 2 )

?

Thank you! I first tried it with a => and it showed an error. I didn't think to attempt by reversing. That worked!

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