I am fairley new to Power BI and looking for your help on an issue that I am facing while trying to work with the slicers.
Goal - I have an Employee table and a Ticket table, where I am trying to display the Ticket Descriptions of the employees(in a table) who careated the ticket from different office locations.
Data- On the Employee table, I have a Location column with International, Domestic office names listed for each record.
Issue - I have created two slicers with the location field trying to limit the selections, having Internationl offices to display on one slicer and domestic offices on the other. I am facing an Issue where I am unable to control interactions resulting in displaying the same selections on both the slicers. How would I be able to resolve it?
Here is a glimpse of what I am doing:
Any help would be very much appreciated!!
According your description and the picture ,column International office and column Domestic office should be in the same table ,
So they will Interact with each other.
If possible, please share detail steps for us to reproduce the issue.
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@v-lili6-msft Thank you for the reply. As mentioned, I just have a location column which has both international and domestic offices listed.
Additionally, I created a conditional table with column Employee ID(Copied from the employee table) and a calculated column to list the Internationl offices(from the employee table).
Now, I have two slicers- 1)Domestic Offices 2) International Offices and a Table representing all the data for the selected slicers.
I am trying to hide the international offices from the Domestic office slicer and represent the international offices just in the other one.
When ever I try to de-select the international offices from my page level filter(locations), it is getting de-selected in the other slicer too. Kindly,share your thoughts on it.