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mdalton
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Date Slicers On Published Report

I published a report with a date slicer. When the report sends out, the slicer resets to all values (removes the filter). Ideally, the report would show the last 30 days every time with the option to change it for anyone viewing the report. Right now, I just want it to save the filter settings for all viewiers to whatever I last left the filter on.

 

Let me know if there is a way to show the last 30 days sent out (or just any filtered version) in the email subscription but having drill down capabilities for other time periods.

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collinq
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Hi @mdalton ,

 

I am wondering - are you trying to set the 30 day value in the slicer or in the filter?  If you set it in the filter, and don't lock the filter, then the 30 days would count from "today" (you probably need to put in a measure to count back 30 days from today to get the date - or, make a true/false measure for every date that is in the last 30 days or not) and then have that in the filter.  That way the subscription will be at 30 days from the time that the subscription is sent (assuming that the refresh is done just prior to the subscription sending).




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collinq
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Hi @mdalton ,

 

I am wondering - are you trying to set the 30 day value in the slicer or in the filter?  If you set it in the filter, and don't lock the filter, then the 30 days would count from "today" (you probably need to put in a measure to count back 30 days from today to get the date - or, make a true/false measure for every date that is in the last 30 days or not) and then have that in the filter.  That way the subscription will be at 30 days from the time that the subscription is sent (assuming that the refresh is done just prior to the subscription sending).




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