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slicers instantly applied on all slicers but applied to tiles on click of button on same page

Hi Power Bi Community Members,

I have a requirement where all the slicers should immediately take effect on all the slicers (this is default behaviour). However, only applied to charts or tiles after the button click (Apply all slicers). All on the same page. Can someone help in this? 



Consider the slicers for each of Region, State, CityCode and Code, a button with setting 'Apply all slicers' and table with  Region, State, CityCode and Code. Here as soon as we select any State, the rest of the slicers should change and the table should change only after clicking the button.

New HampshireConcordNH10NorthNH10Concord-NH
New HampshireHampton FallsNH13NorthNH13Hampton Falls-NH
New JerseyEdisonNJ19NorthNJ19Edison-NJ
New JerseyElizabethNJ17NorthNJ17Elizabeth-NJ
South CarolinaBambergSC10SouthSC10Bamberg-SC
South CarolinaBarnwellSC11SouthSC11Barnwell-SC
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@JyotiAg good question and the solution you are able to use is the right approach, I don't think there is any alternate to it.

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One Hierarchical Slicer with Apply all slicer button does the trick. However, is there any other alternative where there are 5-6  different slicers grouped as one?

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