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## This week and past weeks buttons

Hi Guys,

It me again,

Need a button for "this week and past weeks buttons".

If I Click this week data should update to this weeks

and If I click past data should show past data.

and second question is

I have 8 weeks of data(filtered to 8 weeks) and I need to know how many new emps added and left the group.

I have week starting and if the employee is present in first week and eight week then it will be "Existing employee"

and if the employee added in the middle to latest week then "New Emp"

Regards

Drake

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## Re: This week and past weeks buttons

Today = if('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[DateId]=date(year('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[UTCNow]),month('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[UTCNow]),day('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[UTCNow]))," Today",
IF(AND(WEEKNUM('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[DateId]) = WEEKNUM(TODAY(),2), 'pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[Year] = YEAR(TODAY())), "Current Week",
"8 Completed Weeks"))

This works for me.
Thank you
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Community Support Team

## Re: This week and past weeks buttons

You may try Use a relative date slicer and filter and take a look at this post.

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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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## Re: This week and past weeks buttons

Today = if('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[DateId]=date(year('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[UTCNow]),month('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[UTCNow]),day('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[UTCNow]))," Today",
IF(AND(WEEKNUM('pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[DateId]) = WEEKNUM(TODAY(),2), 'pbi tblSalesVarianceReport'[Year] = YEAR(TODAY())), "Current Week",
"8 Completed Weeks"))

This works for me.
Thank you

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