Hi, John. I think the answer in your case is pretty straightforward. To be clear, if Boston selected, you want the combined total for Boston, Providence and Springfield- but otherwise, what? In other words, what if Boston is not selected, what if the selection is Providence, or some other city? Thanks for advising.
John - Assuming that if Boston is not selected then you just want the metric values for any/ all cities in your data.
If that's true, then the attached should give you one approach to solve for your use case with a parameter.
An alternate approach could be to use grouping on your [City] dimension, although that will make it impossible to individually select Providence or Springfield
To answer your question, there are several cities and I just need the total for those 3 cities to display when Boston is selected, if Dallas for example is selected then I need the total sales for Dallas.
I received an error when trying to open that workbook. Not sure what happened.
I tried to group the markets field to have Boston, Providence, and Springfield all together and Renamed the group to Boston. After I did that I cleared all parameters and then re-added from the Market filed in hopes that it would pick up the grouping, but with no luck.
Is there a way to group parameters? Also, I have a filer set to true for Parameter=Market