Without the workbook attached, let me take a shot at this;
- Create a Parameter Include-Exclude with two values
Value Display As
- Create a calc. field C1
if [Consolidation] = "False" then "Include" end
- Create another calc. field called Selection
[C1] = [Include-Exclude]
- Drag the Selection calc. to filter and select all
- Now Show Parameter Control - Include-Exclude
By changing the values in Parm control, you should be able to get what you want. If this does not help, attaching a workbook (.twbx) would be helpful for the forum members to give you a solution
The 'ALL' value cannot be changed in a default quick filter, but based on your description, I imagine what you really want is to change "True" to "Include" and "False" to "Exclude"--right? If you only have the False value and "All", they will both return the same data.
To only show True and False, you can simply pull the options down on the quick filter, and choose "Customize">>De-select "Show All Value"
Then, you can simply alias the True to "Include" and False to "Exclude".
If this isn't what you want, a Parameter is always a good way to limit user choices.
Additionally, a common technique of using a duplicated field to limit quick filter options is reviewed here: