I am using Power BI to get data from Zendesk, I insert the link of the organization to get the data, I wanted to know if I can do some kind of filter on the link, like for example like done with Data.
I opened a ticket for the Zendesk team and they informed me that they do not know how to solve it, could someone tell me if there is a way to insert a filter into the query itself?
Solved! Go to Solution.
I have started a post compiling Power Query code for a custom connector to zendesk. I haven't got to the incremetial refresh method yet. https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Custom-Zendesk-Connector-Power-Query-Code/td-p/2407620
I know this is marked as solved, but just thought I'd add that you can do an 'incremental load' of ticket data from Zendesk.
Using the built-in Zendesk connector in Power BI Desktop, I am afraid that you are unable to add filter option in the Zendesk URL. But you can filter data after importing required tables in Power BI Desktop.
If you want to add filter option in the Zendesk URL, you can consider to use Zendesk REST API to get data. It is possible to add filter option in this case and you are able to user web connector in Power BI Desktop to connect to Zendesk REST API.
Thanks for the reply is the 422 error that is being brought to me,
I need to make a filter to get the last 30 days, can you tell me how I get it? I have the createdon field but I do not know how to filter it
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