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HAA1988
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Help with creating a Card which multiplys the count

Hello 

 

First time posting on here hope someone could please help 

 

I needed to show an amount in £ on a card in a dashboard which is a multiplication of the count 

 

for examples I have a report which counts 

 

Credit Notes by Account Manager name i would like to multiply the count by a figure in £ 

 

so for example 

 

Joe Bloggs - 25 count of credit notes therefore would like a card to show (25 x 10) and show £250

 

Thank you and would really appreciate someones help 

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v-jiewu-msft
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Hi @HAA1988 ,

Based on my testing, please try the following methods:

1.Create the simple table.

vjiewumsft_0-1716779135474.png

2.Create the new measure to calculate the credit notes.

Count of note = DISTINCTCOUNT('Credit note'[Account Manager name])

3.Create the new measure to calculate OLCS.

Count of OLCS = SUM('Credit note'[OLCS REF])

4.Create the new measure to multiply the count.

Value of credit * OLCS = [Count of note] * [Count of OLCS]

5.The result is shown below.

vjiewumsft_1-1716779152282.png

 

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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v-jiewu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @HAA1988 ,

Based on my testing, please try the following methods:

1.Create the simple table.

vjiewumsft_0-1716779135474.png

2.Create the new measure to calculate the credit notes.

Count of note = DISTINCTCOUNT('Credit note'[Account Manager name])

3.Create the new measure to calculate OLCS.

Count of OLCS = SUM('Credit note'[OLCS REF])

4.Create the new measure to multiply the count.

Value of credit * OLCS = [Count of note] * [Count of OLCS]

5.The result is shown below.

vjiewumsft_1-1716779152282.png

 

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

HAA1988
New Member

HAA1988_0-1716560645108.png

 

in the screen shot I am trying to multiply the credit note amount x count of OLCS REF

 

HAA1988_1-1716560795993.png

 

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