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edenyin
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Built-in time slicer: change the date range out of order

I chose the date range at : 2021-01-07 to 2021-01-29 with the built-in time slicer;

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Then I'd like to switch to  2021-02-03 to 2021-03-01;

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To do so, I have to follow two step in order:

Step1: change the right side of date range first,that is to change 2021-01-29 to 2021-03-01.

Step2: change the left side,that is  to change 2021-01-07 to 2021-02-03;

 

If I change the left side to 2021-02-03 first,it doesn't work,because the left side is bigger than right side of the date range.

 

So I wonder ,is it possible to change the date range out of order?

 

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V-pazhen-msft
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@edenyin 

There is no such feature to change the setting. Power bi sets the left slider as lower limit and right slider as higher limit, which means you cannot drag the left slider to the right side of the right slider.

 


Paul Zheng _ Community Support Team
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