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Hi everyone,

Im trying to make a rolling x-month average for a satisfaction score, but it only works if i use 7months or more. with 6 or less there is no error shown, but the field just stays empty. Anyone an idea how to solve this?

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Hi  @Danique ,

While using a time intelligence function,you'd better first create a date table,then check the vedio below:

Best Regards,
Kelly

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@Danique , what is the measure you tried?

Try a measure like the example

Rolling 6 = CALCULATE(Average(Sales[Sales Amount]),DATESINPERIOD('Date'[Date ],MAX('Date'[Date ]),-6,MONTH))

Rolling 6 = CALCULATE(AverageX(values('Date'[Month year]),Sales[Sales Amount]),DATESINPERIOD('Date'[Date ],MAX('Date'[Date ]),-6,MONTH))

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I have tried a quick measure time intelligence - rolling average. It does come up with an error around the date hierarchy that I have created; grouping or filtering is only possible on a date hierarchy supplied by powerBI or a primary date column.

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Hi  @Danique ,

While using a time intelligence function,you'd better first create a date table,then check the vedio below:

Best Regards,
Kelly

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sorry half of it is in Dutch...

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