I would check out these posts:
However, your best bet may be to publish the dashboard to Tableau Server or Tableau Online then:
1.Click Pause Auto Update before selecting filter options.
2.Select options in the filter
3.Click resume Auto update to apply changes.
It is possible to have parameters apply to other datasets. The idea is to have a "speedy" aggregated dataset that is summarized and extracted up to the highest level possible. The selected parameters apply to both datasets, but the users sees the smaller dataset on their dashboard. Once those parameters are all applied, then there could be a fake "apply" button on the dashboard and sends the user to the detailed sheet based on the dis-aggregated dataset.
This technique is described here at about ~35:00
However this does not work for other types of filters, and parameters do not have multi-select capability, but there could be workarounds.
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One option that I could find in tableau desktop is to turn off 'Auto Update Quick filters' in 'pause auto update button'.