@sumitghosal ,You if do something like that
, You can add more level
or check with isfiltered and chnage formula
if( isfiltered(Table[Commodities]) || isfiltered(Table[Sub Commodities]), [Progress Plan],[new formula ])https://powerpivotpro.com/2013/03/hasonevalue-vs-isfiltered-vs-hasonefilter/
@sumitghosal , I am giving a name of the column in "" and then when use it I use in  . So we are creating the final total from row level. So try to force row-level formula to row-level, those are the group by's of summarize and then adding it up.
@amitchandak Oh, ok, got it, thank you. but it's not giving me the desired outcome. Its calculating totals at each row level correct, but not the overall total. May be I am missing something.
Hi @sumitghosal ,
If you want to calculate sum of each row, you can just create a calculate column like:
Row of sum = [column1] + [column2] + [column3] +... ,
and put them in a table visual, you will get the sum of all row totals when enable totals in the table.
If this post helps then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
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