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danyeungw
Helper II
Helper II

How to refer to a page filter when creating a column?

I want to create a column that if the use select a single customer from the PAGE filter, the column display the customer name. If the use select multiple or all customers, the column displays "Multiple".  I did the following but it didn't work. I think it was looking for the filter from the current visual. 

 

SelectedCustomer = IF(ISFILTERED(Customer[CustomerName]), Customer[CustomerName], "Multiple")

 

Appreciate you help. Thanks.

 

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v-mengzhu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @danyeungw ,

 

I do the test and get this result, is this meet your needs?

vmengzhumsft_0-1661927365086.png

vmengzhumsft_1-1661927419631.png

you can try this measure:

Measure = IF(COUNTROWS(VALUES('Table'[custom name]))=1,SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[custom name]),"MUTIPLE")

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team Selina zhu

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v-mengzhu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @danyeungw ,

 

I do the test and get this result, is this meet your needs?

vmengzhumsft_0-1661927365086.png

vmengzhumsft_1-1661927419631.png

you can try this measure:

Measure = IF(COUNTROWS(VALUES('Table'[custom name]))=1,SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[custom name]),"MUTIPLE")

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team Selina zhu

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

danyeungw
Helper II
Helper II

Thanks Arul,
I changed to the following. It always has "Multiple" when I filtered the CustomerName at page level or visual level. 

 

SelectedCustomer = IF(HASONEVALUE(DSTrends[CustomerName]) = TRUE(), SELECTEDVALUE(DSTrends[CustomerName]), "Multiple")

Arul
Super User
Super User

@danyeungw ,

try this,

Customername = IF(HASONEVALUE('Customer Lookup'[customer_first-name]) = TRUE(),SELECTEDVALUE('Customer Lookup'[customer_first-name]),"Multiple")

Thanks,

Arul





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