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powerbi_ki
Regular Visitor

Date slicer - Multi dates

Hello All,

 

I'm trying to create a date filter with following scenario:

 

1. IF Monday - Display Fri date

2. IF Tuesday - display Sat , Sun, Mon dates

2. Rest all Day - 1

 

I want to display like below : 

 

Slicer Date     Date      

10/12/2021   10/11/2021     

                      10/10/2021    

                      10/09/2021   

10/11/2021   10/08/2021

10/10/2021  10/09/2021     

10/09/2021   10/08/2021     

 

Tried below option:

 

DATE = IF ( 'DateDim' [DayofWeek] = "Monday", 'DateDim'[Date] - 3,

             IF ( 'DateDim' [DayofWeek] = "Tuesday",

                 VAR Current_date = LASTDATE('DateDim'[Date])

                     VAR NumberofDays = WEEKDAY(LASTDATE('DateDim'[Date]) ,1)

                          RETURN   DATEADD(Current_date, -1 * NumberofDays, DAY), 

            'DateDim'[Date] -1 ) )

                  

 Result : for 10/12/2021 it shows 10/09/2021 date only. I want to see 10/09 , 10/10, 10/11

 

powerbi_ki_1-1634580568568.png

 

 

TIA

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v-cazheng-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @powerbi_ki 

 

Based on test, we haven’t found a method to put Date column and Slicer Date column to same table visual. But you may consider this solution.

1 Create a Slicer with Date column from Slicer table

vcazhengmsft_0-1635236797301.png

 

2 Create a Measure to set flag for Date column from Date table

Flag =

var _selecteddate=SELECTEDVALUE('Slicer'[Date])

var _weeknum=WEEKNUM(_selecteddate)

var _weekday=WEEKDAY(_selecteddate,2)

return

SWITCH(

    _weekday,

    1,IF(MAX('calender'[Date])=_selecteddate-3,1,0),

    2,IF((MAX('calender'[Date])>=_selecteddate-3&&MAX('calender'[Date])<=_selecteddate-1),1,0),

    IF(MAX('calender'[Date])=_selecteddate-1,1,0))

 

3 Use Date column to create Table visual and use Flag measure to set filter on this visual

vcazhengmsft_1-1635236797304.png

 

4 Select a date in Slicer, you will get expected date in Table visual

vcazhengmsft_2-1635236797306.png

 

For more details, you can refer to the uploaded pbix file.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Caiyun


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly. If you still have questions, please feel free to let me know. Thanks in advance!

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v-cazheng-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @powerbi_ki 

 

Based on test, we haven’t found a method to put Date column and Slicer Date column to same table visual. But you may consider this solution.

1 Create a Slicer with Date column from Slicer table

vcazhengmsft_0-1635236797301.png

 

2 Create a Measure to set flag for Date column from Date table

Flag =

var _selecteddate=SELECTEDVALUE('Slicer'[Date])

var _weeknum=WEEKNUM(_selecteddate)

var _weekday=WEEKDAY(_selecteddate,2)

return

SWITCH(

    _weekday,

    1,IF(MAX('calender'[Date])=_selecteddate-3,1,0),

    2,IF((MAX('calender'[Date])>=_selecteddate-3&&MAX('calender'[Date])<=_selecteddate-1),1,0),

    IF(MAX('calender'[Date])=_selecteddate-1,1,0))

 

3 Use Date column to create Table visual and use Flag measure to set filter on this visual

vcazhengmsft_1-1635236797304.png

 

4 Select a date in Slicer, you will get expected date in Table visual

vcazhengmsft_2-1635236797306.png

 

For more details, you can refer to the uploaded pbix file.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Caiyun


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly. If you still have questions, please feel free to let me know. Thanks in advance!

Thanks Caiyun, this alternate solution worked.

powerbi_ki
Regular Visitor

Bumping up to get visibility. Thanks.

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