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DavidNunes7
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Return max of date from another table in Power Query

Hello everybody

I have a table that contains a column of users and another table with several dates of events of the same users

I would like to consolidate a table with the last date of events per user
It is possible using power query

follow the example

 

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Thank you

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artemus
Employee
Employee

1. Do a group by on Table2 using User as the key and Max of Date event as the aggregation.

2. Do a merge (join) with table1 using User as the join column and the join type as right outer (or full outer).

3. Remove the User column and replace it with the joined column's user column (you need to expand it).

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artemus
Employee
Employee

1. Do a group by on Table2 using User as the key and Max of Date event as the aggregation.

2. Do a merge (join) with table1 using User as the join column and the join type as right outer (or full outer).

3. Remove the User column and replace it with the joined column's user column (you need to expand it).

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