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## See visually what filters have been applied?

Is there a way to see on a page what filters have been applied either from a slicer or selecting something in a graph?  Preferably the combination of all of the above?

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You can try a combination of these MEASURES

1) You can Place this in a Card

```Is Report Filtered =
IF (
COUNTROWS ( ALL ( TableName ) ) - COUNTROWS ( TableName )
> 0,
"YES",
"NO"
)```

You can modify this further many ways especially if you use the OKViz Card with States

changing the Message and Values, etc... many, many options...

2) Depending on how many values you have in the Slicer Column you can use either of these Measures

If you have too many values to list all

```Year(s) Selected =
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( 'Calendar'[Year] ),
FORMAT ( MAX ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), "General Number" ),
"Multiple"
)```

OR

if you'd rather list all values (when you don't have that many in the slicer column you are using)

```Year(s) Selected 2 =
CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], ", " )```

NOTE only the first Measure [Is Report Filtered] will show you if the report is filtered using the Page Level filters!

EDIT: I guess you can combine both like this

```Year(s) Selected 3 =
IF (
COUNTROWS ( ALL ( TableName ) ) - COUNTROWS ( TableName )
> 0,
CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], ", " ),
"Showing ALL Years"
)```

And the results would look like this...

So Year(s) Selected 3 will only say "Showing ALL Years" when report is NOT filtered otherwise will list the years

Hope this helps!

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Community Champion

You can try a combination of these MEASURES

1) You can Place this in a Card

```Is Report Filtered =
IF (
COUNTROWS ( ALL ( TableName ) ) - COUNTROWS ( TableName )
> 0,
"YES",
"NO"
)```

You can modify this further many ways especially if you use the OKViz Card with States

changing the Message and Values, etc... many, many options...

2) Depending on how many values you have in the Slicer Column you can use either of these Measures

If you have too many values to list all

```Year(s) Selected =
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( 'Calendar'[Year] ),
FORMAT ( MAX ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), "General Number" ),
"Multiple"
)```

OR

if you'd rather list all values (when you don't have that many in the slicer column you are using)

```Year(s) Selected 2 =
CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], ", " )```

NOTE only the first Measure [Is Report Filtered] will show you if the report is filtered using the Page Level filters!

EDIT: I guess you can combine both like this

```Year(s) Selected 3 =
IF (
COUNTROWS ( ALL ( TableName ) ) - COUNTROWS ( TableName )
> 0,
CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], ", " ),
"Showing ALL Years"
)```

And the results would look like this...

So Year(s) Selected 3 will only say "Showing ALL Years" when report is NOT filtered otherwise will list the years

Hope this helps!

hi,

For your case you could use something like - SelectedValues = IF( ISFILTERED(Sales[Category]), "Selecetd Filter " & CONCATENATEX(VALUES(Sales[Category]),Sales[Category],","),"")

Prathy

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