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juncco888
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Count of Items Due in Next 30 Days Measure

Good Morning,

 

I am having trouble with what is probaly an easy measure.   Here is a sample of the data I am using

 

Next30.JPG

 

I want a measure that returns me the count of all the movies that release in the next 30 days

 

The expected output would be 3 because A, B and C all release in the next 30 days.   

 

I have tried several things but keep getting errors....

 

Can anyone assist?

 

Thanks

Kyle

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Samarth_18
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @juncco888 ,

 

You can create a measure like below and use it as filter on table or you can directly use to take a count:-

measure =
COUNTROWS (
    FILTER (
        'Table (9)',
        DATEDIFF ( TODAY (), 'Table (9)'[Release date], DAY ) < 30
    )
)

 

Output:-

Samarth_18_0-1642087658970.png

 

Thanks,

Samarth

 

Best Regards,
Samarth

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Samarth_18
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @juncco888 ,

 

You can create a measure like below and use it as filter on table or you can directly use to take a count:-

measure =
COUNTROWS (
    FILTER (
        'Table (9)',
        DATEDIFF ( TODAY (), 'Table (9)'[Release date], DAY ) < 30
    )
)

 

Output:-

Samarth_18_0-1642087658970.png

 

Thanks,

Samarth

 

Best Regards,
Samarth

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Thanks this worked great.  I appreciae your assistance.

parry2k
Super User
Super User

@juncco888 add a measure :

 

 

Count over 30 days = 
SUMX ( 
   Table,
   VAR __Days = DATEDIFF ( Today(), Table[Release Date], DAY )
   RETURN IF ( __Days > 30, 1 )
)

 

 

 

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