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Filter measures with subtask name and version in EazyBi


I am pretty new to eazyBi. 

I wanted to filter all subtasks with a particular version and subtask name  includes "XYZ". How can i do this in eazyBi dashboards? 


I have defined a new calculated measure with issue type as subtask and version.

How can i include the subtask name contains "XYZ" also into this measure or maybe create a new measure ?

Please find the attached screen short 

WhatsApp Image 2022-06-17 at 1.02.49 AM.png


Alokh R

3 answers

Thank you @Fabian Lim . The reference was helpful and it worked 

Hello @Fabian Lim 

I have tried using the method and i am getting error while updating the calculated measure.

Please find the error screen shot below.


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Fabian Lim
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Jun 17, 2022

Hi @alokh ram

For filtering by names I recommend using the filter function explained here:

You will then have to add the condition to select issue types for the subtasks

Good luck

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