Yes, I've experienced the same issue. Table calculation filters are not normal quick filters. They have their good uses but also come with many limitations. You can't add them to context or use them as global filters affecting multiple worksheets. This is because table calculation filters are computed within the current view only without affecting the underlying data source while quick filters are linked to the underlying data source.
There is actually no workaround for this. The suggestion will be to exploit the strengths of Table calc filters. Use them only when you want to filter the view without filtering the underlying data source or for any other use case where they are applicable. If you prefer a global filter or context filters, then consider using a quick filter or parameter.
Hope this helps.
Good morning -
Ossai is correct I would only add a comment - table calculations by their nature are built around the underlying table that supports the individual viz (worksheet )
The table calculation itself is almost at the bottom of the order of operation after all the filtering has been completed
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