If you open a new sheet that has all of those filters also applied, you can drag all of those dimensions (Product, Country, User, Incident Type, etc) onto text on the marks card. Then click text and select [...] the 3 dots to edit the text field. There, you can write something like:
Product: <Product>, Country: <Country>
You can find <Product>, <Country> or whatever dimension at Insert.
Hope this helps!
Thank you for the post.
Just another query, can we set the order of this text+dimension in the selection order?
If a user select product first and country next than the sheet should have:
Product: <product>, Country: <Country>
and when user select Country first and Product later, than it should be:
Country: <Country>, Product: <Product>
Tableau doesn't have a concept of "order of application" of filters because all filters in a given context are AND'ed together. So with regular dimension filters choosing Product and then Country or Country then Product gets the same result.
If this is really important to you then the only workaround I can think of is essentially outside Tablea where you would not use Tableau's Quick Filters and instead use Tableau's JS API where you can code your own logic to keep track of the selections, though that will add to your development time & cost.