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## Making a Total of Multiple Columns Using Multiple Filters

Hi All

I have tried searching for the answer to this but cant seem to find the answer plus im very new to BI so appareciate your patience.

So I needs to add a card visualisation (which i know how to do 🙂 but it needs to calculate the sum of the 3 columns;

"HAccountTotal" (When "Hire Status" = "Unpaid") + "RAccountTotal" (When "RepairStatus" = "Unpaid") + "RSTotal" (When "RandSStatus" = "Unpaid")

Hope this makes sense. Thanks

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Microsoft Employee

Hi @BlueNoze ,

Please try this as a measure:

YourMeasure =

calculate(sum(TableName[HAccountTotal]),TableName[Hire Status] = "Unpaid")

+ calculate(sum(TableName[RAccountTotal]),TableName[RepairStatus] = "Unpaid")

+ calculate(sum(TableName[RSTotal]),TableName[RandSStatus]= "Unpaid")

Respectfully,
Zoe Douglas (DataZoe)

See my reports and blog at https://www.datazoepowerbi.com/

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Super User

@BlueNoze , Try like

``````sumx(Table, switch(true(),Table[Hire Status] = "Unpaid",Table[HAccountTotal],
Table[RepairStatus] = "Unpaid",Table[RAccountTotal],
Table[RandSStatus]= "Unpaid" ,Table[RSTotal],blank()))``````
Microsoft Employee

Hi @BlueNoze ,

Please try this as a measure:

YourMeasure =

calculate(sum(TableName[HAccountTotal]),TableName[Hire Status] = "Unpaid")

+ calculate(sum(TableName[RAccountTotal]),TableName[RepairStatus] = "Unpaid")

+ calculate(sum(TableName[RSTotal]),TableName[RandSStatus]= "Unpaid")

Respectfully,
Zoe Douglas (DataZoe)

See my reports and blog at https://www.datazoepowerbi.com/

New Member

Worked Perfectly Thanks!

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