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sheap069
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Display Selected Value For One Slicer Ignoring the Selection of Another Slicer

Hello,

 

I have two slicers that are related. In other words, each Indicator ID is associated to one or more Application ID. 

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These are single-selection slicers. I have edited the interactions of the visuals so that the full list IDs in both slicers appear, and the list is not cut down depending on the selection of one or another. In other words, as you see here, Indicator 5 is not actually associated with this Application ID, but these selections are synced across other pages. 

 

However, I want cards to display the Selected Value for each Slicer. Unfortunately, because I believe the filters aren't being removed throughout, I get blank when doing the following:

 

Indicator Selected = SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[Indicator ID])

 

I know this is correct because when I have just the Indicator ID slicer on other pages of my report, it is working fine. 

 

Please let me know if there is a way that I can get this working with both the slicers on the same page. In other words, I believe I need to have one formula ignore the selection of the other, but I don't know how to do this.

 

Thank you.

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Greg_Deckler
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@sheap069 So, no I think. If a slicer isn't connected to a visual then that visual basically can't see that slicer. Maybe try explaining what you are trying to accomplish and there may be a different way.


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Greg_Deckler
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@sheap069 So, no I think. If a slicer isn't connected to a visual then that visual basically can't see that slicer. Maybe try explaining what you are trying to accomplish and there may be a different way.


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@Greg_Deckler Thanks, this helped me come up with a solution. I converted the card to a table, and removed the interaction from the slicer that won't display the selection of the slicer that I want. It was simple!

Hi @sheap069 ,

 

It seems that you have resolved the issue. Can you please accept the helpful answer as solution? Others will benefit from this thread. Thanks!!

 

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