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riyajain12345
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Swapping filter in power bi

How to create swapping filter in power bi.

Swapping filter for example i have category, subcategory ,region fields which i want to populate with profit ,as per the user selection view should populate data .

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samratpbi
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Hi, you can create a Fields Parameter which is under Modeling -> New Parameter -> Fields. you add those columns (category, subcategory ,region) in field parameter. then create a measure and choose the field to show with that. And create a slicer on the field parameter which you created ( this actually gets added autometically)

samratpbi_0-1713348653109.png

If this resolves your problem then please mark it as solution, Thanks!



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riyajain12345
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@samratpbi 

 

How do you edit a field parameter after creation.

Hi,

If you click on the parameter, it opens as DAX. from there you may add new field or rename.

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samratpbi
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Solution Supplier

Hi, you can create a Fields Parameter which is under Modeling -> New Parameter -> Fields. you add those columns (category, subcategory ,region) in field parameter. then create a measure and choose the field to show with that. And create a slicer on the field parameter which you created ( this actually gets added autometically)

samratpbi_0-1713348653109.png

If this resolves your problem then please mark it as solution, Thanks!



@samratpbi thansk alot for your help

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