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Zaibsrule88
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Hours or Minutes between 2 dates in rows

Hi Everyone there,

 

Can somehelp me to solve the below mentioned issue?

 

I need to calculate Time [ Hours or Minutes ] from order created to 1st Deliver?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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JorgePinho
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Are those dates in the same line?

 

If yes, create a DAX Measure like this:

 

Diff = DATEDIFF(MAX(Date1), MAX(Date2), HOURS)

 

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/datediff-function-dax

Thank you for your feedback

Ive data where Delivered dates and order dates are stored.

Required

Hours or minutes from Order Created to Deliver 1st Order and than 2nd to 3rd and onwards by the 

Ive Order date column + Deliver date column + partner name as well 

Expected Results 

 

Delivered By Partner#Avg ord - del 1st OrderAvg Hours #
East Partner2.333
West Partner4.001
Grand Total2.754

 

 

 

I want to calculate time taken by a partner to deliver 1st order every day? 

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