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Helper I

## Measure should take into account 2 of 3 report filters

Hello all,

I have the following problem. I am trying to create a measure that takes into account 2 of my report filters (date and category) and not a third one (product). The goal is to calculate an average value.

I have already tried different solutions by combinations with FILTER, ALL, ALLEXCEPT, KEEPFILTER, SELECTEDVALUE, but unfortunately I haven't found a solution yet. Do you have any ideas?

Best regards, Philip!

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Community Support

HI @PhiBu,

I think you can try to write a measure expression to use 'OR' logic to link two filters and apply it to raw table records(you can use the 'all' function to ignore original filter effects at first).

``````Measure =
VAR _filter1 =
VALUES ( Table1[Column1] )
VAR _fitler2 =
VALUES ( Table2[Column2] )
RETURN
CALCULATE (
SUM ( Fact[Amount] ),
FILTER ( ALL ( Fact ), [column1] IN _filter1 || [column2] IN _filter2 )
)``````

Then you can use this on visuals to enable the filter effects.

Notice: for custom filter effects, you need to use unconnected table fields as the filter source.

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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Community Support

HI @PhiBu,

I think you can try to write a measure expression to use 'OR' logic to link two filters and apply it to raw table records(you can use the 'all' function to ignore original filter effects at first).

``````Measure =
VAR _filter1 =
VALUES ( Table1[Column1] )
VAR _fitler2 =
VALUES ( Table2[Column2] )
RETURN
CALCULATE (
SUM ( Fact[Amount] ),
FILTER ( ALL ( Fact ), [column1] IN _filter1 || [column2] IN _filter2 )
)``````

Then you can use this on visuals to enable the filter effects.

Notice: for custom filter effects, you need to use unconnected table fields as the filter source.

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
If this post helps, please consider accept as solution to help other members find it more quickly.
Super User

Hi,

Try using REMOVEFILTERS function.

Hi, My name is Jihwan Kim.

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Helper I

@Jihwan_Kim thank you for your idea.

Unfortunately, I haven't found a solution yet or don't know how to use the RemoveFilters function correctly. I have therefore created an example file. But I am not able to attache the file. Therefor I have the following screenshots.

Could you take a look at it and give me a tip on how to create the measure? That would be great.

Best regards,
Philip

Solution Supplier

Could you try the following measure and check if works?

NewMeasure = CALCULATE ( measure, ALL(Product))

Regards,

Sayali

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Helper I

@sayaliredij Thanks for your reply. But I think the ALL function is not the function I need. Maybe in addition to another function.  I described the measure I want to create in more detail above. If you still want to support me :).

Best regards, Philip

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