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Resolver IV
Resolver IV

Swap visuals based on bulk filter button

Hello ALL,


I am learning PowerBI and i am in need of help from experts like you.


I need to keep button like filters.  Suppose, button1 consisits of set of versions(i.e versions 0.1, 0.2 , 0.3 ,.. 0.9) buttun2 consistes of another set of versions(i.e versions 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 ,... 1.9).


I want to use these two buttons like filters. If i select button1, visulas will be showing only those values which have versions 0.1 to 0.9 . If i click on button2 in the same visual, it should show the values having versions 1.1 to 1.9


Is this possible? if possible, how can i achieve this.


Please suggest me your ideas




If those values "0.1~0.9" and "1.1~1.9" are filtering same column, it's not possible to split them into two slicers. 


In this scenario, you can create a bucket column like:


Bucket =IF(Table[Column]<1,"0.x","1.x")

Then you can put this bucket column into a slicer. When you select a "bucket", the corresponding values will be cascading filtered in another slicer.



Will implement and if it works i will accept your solution.


Thank you so much @v-sihou-msft


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