No, it doesn't need to be a field in the active view in order to be a filter. With regards to the rest of your questions, we really need to see a sample of your data in order to advise. Packaged workbooks: when, why, how
You can use measure value X with LOOKUP(AGG([X]),0): so
LOOKUP([Aggregated Measure],0) simply means look at current row
Thank you, Tom!
Is there a way I can send it in private? Because the data belongs to the client and can not yet be made public!
Thank you, Prayson!
I'm trying to figure out your tip. I'm not sure wich data in my datasource matches to X...
But I thank you in advance for your atention!
measure value X with LOOKUP(AGG([X]),0)
I read the linked text and now I'm ashamed!
Here goes my workbooks.
The first one, "Tempo Livre 16 - grouping label - acesso a internet 3", contains the interaction I want and the filters of each aspect of the form profile.
The second one, "TESTE TEMPO LIVRE filtro perfil", contains the profile filter, but looses the interaction and I can not do the filters of each aspect with my data formatted this way.
Thank you again!