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ramakrishnavvss
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All Cards are reflecting same data

I have 3 cards created for customer count, Male count, and Female count. However, when i select one card and change filters as required. It is reflected in all 3 cards.

 

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@v-stephen-msft  @indkitty 

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ramakrishnavvss
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@indkitty Hey got it solved now. I just added one more Gender filter. The mistake I was doing is that instead of adding a Gender in "Filters -> Filters in this visual" which is specific to one card, I was adding it in the "Visualizations -> Keep all filters" which is actually reflecting every card.

 

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Syndicate_Admin
Administrator
Administrator

Hello

Can you operate between cards? I have two values that depend on the same field but applying different filters, basically calculate a ratio.

Thank you

ramakrishnavvss
Frequent Visitor

@indkitty Hey got it solved now. I just added one more Gender filter. The mistake I was doing is that instead of adding a Gender in "Filters -> Filters in this visual" which is specific to one card, I was adding it in the "Visualizations -> Keep all filters" which is actually reflecting every card.

 

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Good it is solved. I thought your using count of Gender itself by the gender type.

ramakrishnavvss
Frequent Visitor

@indkitty I see only "is less than" option there. and the dropdown is unclickable.

 

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indkitty
Helper II
Helper II

Hi ramakrishnavvss,

for your second card. could you change the filters on the visual from all to "Male"?

 

Let me know the result.

 

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ramakrishnavvss
Frequent Visitor

I am using Visual level filters

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@ramakrishnavvss , Are you creating measures or using some visual level filters?

So that card shows different values

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