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SarahHuang
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Need to calculate out the tasks which all the sub tasks had been completed.

Source Table:

SarahHuang_0-1681873946185.png

 

Target Table:

TaskStatus
BCompleted
CCompleted
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vicky_
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I'm pretty sure you can use a regular table with the Task and Status (Summarised by Max), which will return Incomplete if that exists among the sub-tasks (since alphabetically, Incomplete is after Complete). You can then apply a simple filter on the visual to only include complete tasks.

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