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MSuser5
Helper II
Helper II

Based on date slicer- display current month and previous month names

Hi All,

 

I have calender[date] column which is being used in slicer hierarchy level based on selection it should display current month& year, previous month& year  in card label.

 

example screenshot :

if user selected in slicer  Jan'2023 then

current month_year = Jan 2023

pre month_Year = Dec 2022

 

Screenshot 2023-03-22 230622kk.png

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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MohammadLoran25
Super User
Super User

Hi @MSuser5 ,

Follow these steps:

 

1-Create a calculated column as:

YearMonth = CONVERT(FORMAT(DateTable[Date],"YYYYMM"),INTEGER)
 
2-Create another calculated column as:
YearMonthOrder = RANKX (
    DateTable,
    DateTable[YearMonth],
    ,
    ASC,
    DENSE
)
 
3-CurrentMonth Measure is as below:
CurrentMonth =
CALCULATE (
    MIN ( DateTable[MonthName] ),
    FILTER (
        ALL ( DateTable ),
        DateTable[YearMonthOrder] = MAX ( DateTable[YearMonthOrder] )
    )
)
 
4-PrevMonth Measure is:
PrevMonth =
CALCULATE (
    MIN ( DateTable[MonthName] ),
    FILTER (
        ALL ( DateTable ),
        DateTable[YearMonthOrder]
            MAX ( DateTable[YearMonthOrder] ) - 1
    )
)
 
If this answer solves your problem, please mark it as an accepted solution so the others would find what they need easier.
Regards,
Loran

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MohammadLoran25
Super User
Super User

Hi @MSuser5 ,

Follow these steps:

 

1-Create a calculated column as:

YearMonth = CONVERT(FORMAT(DateTable[Date],"YYYYMM"),INTEGER)
 
2-Create another calculated column as:
YearMonthOrder = RANKX (
    DateTable,
    DateTable[YearMonth],
    ,
    ASC,
    DENSE
)
 
3-CurrentMonth Measure is as below:
CurrentMonth =
CALCULATE (
    MIN ( DateTable[MonthName] ),
    FILTER (
        ALL ( DateTable ),
        DateTable[YearMonthOrder] = MAX ( DateTable[YearMonthOrder] )
    )
)
 
4-PrevMonth Measure is:
PrevMonth =
CALCULATE (
    MIN ( DateTable[MonthName] ),
    FILTER (
        ALL ( DateTable ),
        DateTable[YearMonthOrder]
            MAX ( DateTable[YearMonthOrder] ) - 1
    )
)
 
If this answer solves your problem, please mark it as an accepted solution so the others would find what they need easier.
Regards,
Loran

@MohammadLoran25 ,

 

Thank you so much it's working as expected.

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