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Helper III
Helper III

Update In Between Slicer to most recent date



I am using a "in between" date slicer. For my purpose it has to be this specific slicer.

Whenever a new dataset with a more recent date (e.g. 09.02.2023) is added, I want the slicer automatically to move to this most recent date. Right now the slicer has to be moved manually on the right to the most recent date whenever the data source has been updated.

This is really nerve wracking for the users to do!



Helper III
Helper III

Well, that is kind of what I wanted. The date table for example shows the most recent date (e.g. 09.02.2023), but the slicer does not automatically move to this max. date after refreshing.
You have to move the slicer manually to the max. date and save it in order to have it as new default. 
This step has to be repeated then for each new date to come.
What a headache this is?!

Super User
Super User

@dirkkoch , If you have not moved date slicer around and saved it, then it should keep on showing min and max from the date table.

Other than that, As of now default for the range slicer is not supported. I saw some posts on LinkedIn some support is coming soon.

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