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Power BI | Filtering data exercise | Create and synchronise linked slicers to filter world events
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Open the Power BI report in the above folder. It contains 3 pages:
|By decade||A chart comparing the number of world events by decade|
|List of events||A table listing all of the events in the underlying tables|
On the empty Choices page, add the following slicers:
You should be able to choose by continent and/or by country.
Add in a slicer allowing you to choose the event date:
The start and end dates should be set automatically for you.
Using the Sync slicers pane, configure your report so that the slicers only appear on the first page, but apply to the other pages:
Tick this box to synchronise your slicers.
Check that your filtering works across pages, then save your report as Synchronicity, and close it down.