A few years ago (in march of 2013!), I wrote a guest blog post on Rob’s blog (PowerPivotPro) on how to do relative date filters. The title of that post was “how to always show Yesterday, Today, or Tomorrow’s Data” with DAX in PowerPivot back in Excel. The post tried to address the issue that […]
Executive: Are these values correct?
Excel-guy: yes, but you need to check the dates
slicers to see what dates the report is using
Executive: Ugh… I just want to click on the report and
see the latest values
If you ever had this situation before let me tell you that you’re not alone on that one…I’ve been there before and it’s time to give you some cool easy tricks on how to set up a Powerpivot report that shows you the yesterday, todays, tomorrow, next week or any type of timeframe (forecasting or that sort of scenario).
Excel specialist turned into BI specialist using the latest tools from Microsoft for BI – Power BI. He is the co-author of ‘M is for Data Monkey’, blogger and also Youtuber of powerful Excel video Tricks.
He has been recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), is a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP – MCSA: BI Reporting), a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), and is one of the international pioneers in Power Pivot, Power Query and Power BI.