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HenSza
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Measure simplification - ignoring filters

Hi, 

I have a couple measures like this, which exludes some filters.

Number of Total Users NO FILTER = CALCULATE(COUNT(CONTENT[SCORE]),
ALL(
    USERS[Supervisor Name Level 02],
    USERS[Supervisor Name Level 03],
    USERS[Supervisor Name Level 04],
    USERS[Supervisor Name Level 05],
    USERS[Supervisor Name Level 06],
    USERS[Reporting Business Segment],
    USERS[Department],
    USERS[Reporting Level]))

I use them on multiple tabs, and every time I apply a new filter, I have to update every measure. Is there a way to make it simple and exclude all filters by default and just keep one or two?

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ray_codex
Resolver I
Resolver I

Why don't you use the complete USERS table as a parameter and not every column? Or else, look at ALLEXCEPT

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ray_codex
Resolver I
Resolver I

Why don't you use the complete USERS table as a parameter and not every column? Or else, look at ALLEXCEPT

Because I didn't think about it. Thank you, excellent solution!

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