Of course it returns the same.
You hard-coded "BROWARD" in there.
Hack up an example in Superstore. It's far easier to show than to describe details for this.
You'll need to grab the [County] that the user selected -- and even more, if your filter is a multi-select filter, you'll need to build a string of all the values selected -- and then you need to insert the user's selection(s) into the URL string where you currently have "BROWARD".
Hi, I did not hard code it into the URL
This dashboard is originated when someone in another dashboard, where Broward is selected in the Single-value filter, clicks on a link to go to this new dashboard. That link passes on the parameter of "Broward" to the URL.
If the dashboard was originated when another value was selected, for example "Orange County", the URL would not say Broward, it would say Orange County
Thanks for your help
I'm sorry but I keep rereading your reply and your original post and I cannot figure out what-starts-where and who-does-what and when things happen. Or even where the URL is getting generated. For that matter, is TopAccountName a parameter? Or a data field? (Or a calc field?) People often say "parameter" in questions when they actually mean data field.
Can you hack up something equivalent in Superstore if you can't upload your actual workbook?
You can simplify and anonymize your data by following the steps in the video linked here: