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BimalSubhasis
Advocate III
Advocate III

Urgent Help: Multiple slicer control with same dataset

Hi All, 

I have a client request to give the user option to select the slicers based on the city priority. Meaning, while the user select one city from slicer1 it should disappear from the next slicer or from all the slicer.  

The solution as per my understanding - I have created 6 different tables and used below DAX on slice2 but not sure how to proceed from slice3 and so on. I used a filter on this visual option and hide the city selected in slice1.

Please help me with the best possible solution. Appreciate your help here. 

 

Slicer2 =
Var slicer1 = SELECTEDVALUE('CIty (2)'[City])
Var slicer2 = SELECTEDVALUE('CIty (3)'[City])
    return
        if(slicer1 = slicer2,
            "Hide",
            "Keep")

@amitchandak @Greg_Deckler @PowerBIDev @JihwanKim @Jihwan_Kim 

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Greg_Deckler
Super User
Super User

@BimalSubhasis Try:

Slicer2 =
Var slicer1 = SELECTEDVALUE('City'[City])
Var slicer2 = MAX('City (2)'[City])
    return
        if(slicer1 = slicer2,
            "Hide",
            "Keep")

Slicer3 = 
Var slicers = { SELECTEDVALUE('City'[City]), SELECTEDVALUE('City (2)'[City]) }
Var slicer = MAX('City (3)'[City])
    return
        if(slicer IN slicers,
            "Hide",
            "Keep")

Slicer4 = 
Var slicers = { SELECTEDVALUE('City'[City]), SELECTEDVALUE('City (2)'[City]), SELECTEDVALUE('City (3)'[City]) }
Var slicer = MAX('City (4)'[City])
    return
        if(slicer IN slicers,
            "Hide",
            "Keep")

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Greg_Deckler
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@BimalSubhasis Try:

Slicer2 =
Var slicer1 = SELECTEDVALUE('City'[City])
Var slicer2 = MAX('City (2)'[City])
    return
        if(slicer1 = slicer2,
            "Hide",
            "Keep")

Slicer3 = 
Var slicers = { SELECTEDVALUE('City'[City]), SELECTEDVALUE('City (2)'[City]) }
Var slicer = MAX('City (3)'[City])
    return
        if(slicer IN slicers,
            "Hide",
            "Keep")

Slicer4 = 
Var slicers = { SELECTEDVALUE('City'[City]), SELECTEDVALUE('City (2)'[City]), SELECTEDVALUE('City (3)'[City]) }
Var slicer = MAX('City (4)'[City])
    return
        if(slicer IN slicers,
            "Hide",
            "Keep")

Follow on LinkedIn
@ me in replies or I'll lose your thread!!!
Instead of a Kudo, please vote for this idea
Become an expert!: Enterprise DNA
External Tools: MSHGQM
YouTube Channel!: Microsoft Hates Greg
Latest book!:
The Definitive Guide to Power Query (M)

DAX is easy, CALCULATE makes DAX hard...

Many Thanks @Greg_Deckler. It works for me. Do you have any suggestions to improve advanced DAX logics. 

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