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Hi all, I am quite new to PBI and all what I have learnt was from online sources.

I need help with filtering data ( I belive in power query) so in my PBI I will have results only for 2023.

The data source contains queries raised by customers in the last 2022 and not yet being closed/ processed, so I need to apply filter only on solved queries. 

Applying this on Filters, it doesn't show me data for opened ones. 

Thanks in advance!

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Hi @SweetLana ,


This should indeed be done in Power Query. Your filter code should look something like this:

    each Date.Year([completedDate]) = 2023 or [completedDate] = null



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