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OzMartijn
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Clear one filter with page navigation button but maintain the rest.

Hi there,

Currently building a visual. First a search, which then displays results in a table, select a result, hit button to see the details. Works smoothly. 

But... This is a dataset which allows for time travel. In order to display the correct results in the table, i need a filter on it which shows the latest data. That too, no problem. But when i then try to click the button, it maintains ALL filters, which stops the time travel function as no previous versions of that record is displayed as an option (slicer).

Is there a way to clear a single filter when pressing a button? Obviously i still want the filter of the table selection to remain.

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Idrissshatila
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Hello @OzMartijn ,

 

would changing the interaction with the visuals work with you ? like to stop the interaction between the slicer and the table ?
check it out https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/create-reports/service-reports-visual-interactions?tabs=p...

 



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Kinda. Solves one problem but creates another. By default i want it to be the latest data value, but allow for other values to be selected. By stopping the interaction, the default is view all.

Which i guess i could solve by making the default value "Latest", instead of "Latest - <date>"

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