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baneworth
Helper II
Helper II

combine 4 columns into 1 (conditional formatting with icons)

Dear community,

 

in the screen below you can see 4 different columns where the value only ever occurs in 1 (of those 4).

Is there a way to merge them to one column instead and keep the icon formatting?

 

The underlying values are 1 or 0, so i thought a normal merge would make it not possible to distinguish between OK, open,.... anymore and therefore assign icons.

 

icon merge.png

 

Thank you

Best regards

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Bhu1singh
Frequent Visitor

Hi,
Create a new calculated column and use COALESCE function to merge all the values, and then use the newly created column in the visual, hope it should solve the problem.

Thanks

Bhuvan

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Bhu1singh
Frequent Visitor

Hi,
Create a new calculated column and use COALESCE function to merge all the values, and then use the newly created column in the visual, hope it should solve the problem.

Thanks

Bhuvan

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