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## Calculated Measure won't Filter in Table

First time post bear with me...

I have created a MTD function to view sales data for my company:

MTD = CALCULATE([Total Sales], FILTER(ALL('Date'[Date]),
'Date'[Date] >= (EOMONTH(NOW(), -1) + 1) &&
'Date'[Date] <= NOW()
))

This function is working fine, BUT when I load it into a table in order to report on this data I'm running into an issue. I need to break down all the sales in the given month by date for the whole month. Using a table and making the column my 'Date'[Date] function I thought this would break this MTD function down by date. Instead I get the following:

The 'MTD' measure is the one I just created and it's not getting filtered. The 'Total Sales' measure is the one referenced in the MTD measure and it's filtering fine.

I am stuck and can't figure out what I'm missing. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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It's because of the ALL() in your filter. You're telling it to always ignore any other date filters. That includes any filter that breaks it down to a single day.

```MTD = CALCULATE(
[Total Sales],
FILTER(
'Date',
'Date'[Date] >= (EOMONTH(TODAY(), -1) + 1) &&
'Date'[Date] <= TODAY()
)
)```

Also you should use TODAY() instead of NOW() when comparing to a date-only value, which your 'Date'[Date] should be. NOW() returns a datetime, which will never be equal to any date value, so <= only evaluates on <.

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Community Champion

It's because of the ALL() in your filter. You're telling it to always ignore any other date filters. That includes any filter that breaks it down to a single day.

```MTD = CALCULATE(
[Total Sales],
FILTER(
'Date',
'Date'[Date] >= (EOMONTH(TODAY(), -1) + 1) &&
'Date'[Date] <= TODAY()
)
)```

Also you should use TODAY() instead of NOW() when comparing to a date-only value, which your 'Date'[Date] should be. NOW() returns a datetime, which will never be equal to any date value, so <= only evaluates on <.

Proud to be a Super User!

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Thank you very much!

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