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Maria_Buzaglo
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Filter Power BI URL using "like" operator

Hi,

 

How can I filter my report through URL filter, using the idea of "like" operator?

Example: https://app.powerbi.com/groups/me/reports/bc129a33-5cb?filter=Project/ProjectManager LIKE 'John Lo'

 

Considering that the full name of that Porject Manager is John Lock (but I want it to recognize just with few caracters).

Thanks,

Maria Buzaglo

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collinq
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HI @Maria_Buzaglo ,

 

I am wondering if the "in**" would work for you?  Here is the documentation on how to use the system parameters: Filter a report using query string parameters in the URL - Power BI | Microsoft Docs

 




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