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mcornfield
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Can I Right Click Exclude and effect the whole page?

When I right-click on a dimension in a tree map for example and choose to exclude it, it only excludes the dimension in that visual. Is there a way to push this to be excluded at the page level and have it be excluded in all the visuals on that page or even all the pages?

 

Same in a slicer, If I right-click an option in a slicer and hit exclude, it does not change any of the visuals. Is there a way to choose to exclude one option within a slicer to exclude?

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j0hnsonkb
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Would really be nice if visual Include/Exclude feature could be directed to the desired filter level ... visual, page, report! Excluding an item just from a single visual, for instance, just doesn't seem to be a very powerful feature. Now, if a user could right click a chart item and exclude it from the page, then this visualizations' effect on everything else could be a very helpful feature, saving the report user from clumsily having to setup a custom filter!

v-lili6-msft
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hi  @mcornfield 

For your requirement, you could only use a page level filter like parry2k said.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/create-reports/power-bi-report-add-filter#add-a-filter-to-...

 

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Lin

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parry2k
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@mcornfield not exactly but you can create groups/bin or add columns to page-level filter but from visual, you can only exclude it from the visual you clicked on.

 

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