Imagine you have a dashboard with a slicer. But the slicer has 300 options on it. We can all agree that it will be impossible to slice such a thing. But do you know that we can easily introduce a second slicer (on something like Product Category) to filter down the products first? Watch this video to learn the trick.
PS: There is a bonus trick in the video too. Watch until the end for it.
0:00 - The Two-Level Slicer - Quick Demo
0:37 - How to create two-level slicers?
4:06 - What if you do not have categories? (Bonus trick🤩)
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The Two-Level Slicer Trick is a quick and easy way to create an impressive Excel dashboard. This trick allows you to quickly filter data from two different sources or categories in the same worksheet. With this trick, you can easily compare data from one source against another, making it easier for users to spot patterns and trends within their data.
The trick also makes it easier for users to identify outliers that may be influencing results without having to manually search through multiple worksheets or databases. Furthermore, this technique provides an efficient way of creating interactive Excel dashboards which can help visualize complex relationships between data sets more clearly than traditional charts and graphs.
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