Have you applied this in your dashboard filters?
By default your filter works for "Only this sheet". If you want that filter should apply for all the worksheet in the dashboard then you should select option "Selected Worksheets". And if you wants your filter should applicable to all the worksheets using the same data source then select "All Using this data source" and if you've multiple data sources in your workbook and you've common field that you've used as filter then "All using related data sources" option. Let us know if this help.
Only Relevant Values will work when you access main filter like here if you select category then subcategory will show relevant values.
Check the database and then go to tableau and doit.
IF you use all values in data base then all other filters always show all values pulled from db.
Thank you for your input! I only want these filters to apply to this specific worksheet so the default "Only This Worksheet" works fine thank you!
I don't think I totally understand what you're saying, so I've put a picture here to demonstrate. As you'll see, every time I add a new filter, the number of sales in the view decreases, when I would actually want it to increase. All have been set to "All values in context", as the date and Invalid/Approved context filters actually do need to restrict data, but past that I would want the filters to expand the number of customers coming up. So for example, I want ALL customers under 45yo (within the date and invalid/approved filter) to be represented here, not just those that are under 45yo AND have a debit card AND are unemployed.