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Struggling to get ALL to ALL!!!

I have this measure which calcuates the average % Call/Available time for each adviser by the vlaue of each day 

 

AVG % Call/Available = AVERAGEX(ADDCOLUMNS(SUMMARIZE(AdviserRole,
                                                     AdviserRole[AdviserId],
                                                      'Date'[Date]),                   
                                                     "PctCall", [% Call/Available Time]
                                                    ),
                                                    [PctCall])

 

I want to calculate what the value is for all advisers over previous 3 months to use as a KPI

% Call/Available High = 
VAR
MaxDate=MAX('Date'[Date])
RETURN

CALCULATE([AVG % Call/Available],    DATESINPERIOD('Date'[Date],MaxDate,-3,MONTH),ALLSELECTED(AdviserRole[AdviserId]))

I have tried numerous versions of ALL and al lproduce the same result

I have the date slicer as 1/9 to 18/9 so the datesin period is working as for each adviser it is calculating last 3 months. However I'm trying to get each row to show 47% which is the average over everyone selected. I've tried ALL(AdviserRole)

 

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I've done this in the past and just can't figure why this doens't just work?

 

Any help appreicate as sure it trivial

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@masplin 

Can you replace ID with Name as below?

% Call/Available High = 
VAR
MaxDate=MAX('Date'[Date])
RETURN

CALCULATE([AVG % Call/Available],    DATESINPERIOD('Date'[Date],MaxDate,-3,MONTH),ALLSELECTED(AdviserRole[Name]))

 

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@masplin 

Can you replace ID with Name as below?

% Call/Available High = 
VAR
MaxDate=MAX('Date'[Date])
RETURN

CALCULATE([AVG % Call/Available],    DATESINPERIOD('Date'[Date],MaxDate,-3,MONTH),ALLSELECTED(AdviserRole[Name]))

 

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Ok that works!!!  Dont quite understand why as AdviserID and Name are columns on same talbe and each is unique to a user. 

 

Is this because [Name] is the field used in the SUMMARIZE expression?

 

Thanks a lot

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Problem is its producing a result even for names who have not been selcted by the team and userrole slicers. I was expecting blanks since there names are selected?

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I tried this but it doesnt do anything

 

CALCULATE([AVG % Call/Available],    DATESINPERIOD('Date'[Date],MaxDate,-3,MONTH),ALLSELECTED(PhoneUser[Name]),ALLSELECTED(Team[Team]),ALLSELECTED((AdviserRole[UserRole])))

 

Phoneuser and Adviserrole are interchangeable as long as I use the same in both measures and on the table. 

 

If I take the meausr eout I just have names in that team and userrole

 

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