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sirineChadly Occasional Visitor
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@drillthrough wrong filter


I added drillthrough filters to page 2 for these two columns (SiteID and Employee ID) but when I drill through to it from the main page there's an added wrong date range that doesn't match the date slicer in the main page nor the one in page 2. I can't figure out how to keep this from happening.


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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: @drillthrough wrong filter

hi, @sirineChadly 

If there is no date after the date range, eg. 3/27/2019 is the last date for your date data.

It will show as your screenshot

so for 3/26/2019-3/27/2019, after drillthrough page2, It only shows after 3/26/2019.

But if there are other date data, It will show 



For slicer couldn't filter Time part of date-time column.



Best Regards,


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