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Anonymous
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How to correctly implement an else statement on a filtered measure

Hello there, 

Currently I have a dashboard that when a Deal is filtered, it shows me the correct loss figure (as shown below):

KyleAdam_2-1629815829679.png

However, when a Deal is unselected, the total loss will go to 0, as shown below:

 

KyleAdam_0-1629815656511.png

 

This is because of the measure I have put in place for Total Loss which is this: 

DealPO = IF(ISFILTERED('Deals (CRM)'[Deal Name]),[VO PO Total],BLANK())


But how can I correctly enter an else statement or something that will show the a default value if a Deal isn't selected? Which is [PO Billed] a measure.

I tried implementing this but it didn't work.  

DealPO = IF(ISFILTERED('Deals (CRM)'[Deal Name]),[VO PO Total],BLANK()) ELSE [PO Billed]

 

Any help would be appreciated, thank you. 

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parry2k
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@Anonymous I guess this is what you need:

 

DealPO = IF(ISFILTERED('Deals (CRM)'[Deal Name]),[VO PO Total],[PO Billed])

 

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parry2k
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@Anonymous I guess this is what you need:

 

DealPO = IF(ISFILTERED('Deals (CRM)'[Deal Name]),[VO PO Total],[PO Billed])

 

Follow us on LinkedIn

 

Check my latest blog post The Power of Using Calculation Groups with Inactive Relationships (Part 1) (perytus.com) I would  Kudos if my solution helped. 👉 If you can spend time posting the question, you can also make efforts to give Kudos to whoever helped to solve your problem. It is a token of appreciation!

 

Visit us at https://perytus.com, your one-stop-shop for Power BI-related projects/training/consultancy.



Subscribe to the @PowerBIHowTo YT channel for an upcoming video on List and Record functions in Power Query!!

Learn Power BI and Fabric - subscribe to our YT channel - Click here: @PowerBIHowTo

If my solution proved useful, I'd be delighted to receive Kudos. When you put effort into asking a question, it's equally thoughtful to acknowledge and give Kudos to the individual who helped you solve the problem. It's a small gesture that shows appreciation and encouragement! ❤


Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution. Proud to be a Super User! Appreciate your Kudos 🙂
Feel free to email me with any of your BI needs.

Anonymous
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Thank you @parry2k for such a quick swift response, that did the trick! Appreciate it. 

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