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Week and 'dates between' slicers don't interact

Hi guys, 


I have a report there I want to use 2 different date slicers: one using the Date-variable that shows 'between dates' and one using the variable 'Year week' from the same table. What happens is: 


when I select a particular week by 'year week' (because the datepickers does not show weerknrs and I want to make sure my users dont have to look those up in Outlook or someplace else) because I want to see production from that week,  the 'between dates' does not update to the first and last day of those selected weeks. Can I fix this? Just showing the selected highest and lowest date values (as cards) in the main report would be fine also. 


Also: for some reason in the published report Power BI keeps 'losing' the date-filter which is set to only show dates from the 'last 3 years': it shows dates up from 2017... 


Final question: is there an easy way to get my weeks sorted downwards (starting from this week and then going back in time)?







Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Beuleng 

Could you provide your pbix file so that we can deal with your problem easier ? IF you want to sort your week , you can use the Sort axis in slicer .


Best Regard

Community Support Team _ Ailsa Tao

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Super User
Super User

Please show a sanitized version of your datamodel. Please indicate if the week number is a column in your calendar table.

Frequent Visitor

It is. The sorting is now fixed. The thing left nog is that the slicer in the view does not change to show the actual data when one or more weeks are selected in the slicer panel. Maybe I should just change it to only show the min and max shown date, alongside other selected items in the slicer panel... might be better for the enduser anyway - less confusing to have slicers in more than one location. 

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