How to Make Better Relative Date Filters By Ryan Sleeper

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Have you ever needed to filter to the last 7 days, 30 days, 90 days, etcetera in Tableau? You’ve likely found that it’s easy to add a “relative” date filter by
dragging a dimension with a data type of Date to the Filters Shelf, choosing Relative Date, then showing the filter to access the date range options. These default relative date filters are okay, but they have limitations including: (1) limited and static anchoring options, (2) no formatting options, and (3) they require manual range selection.This post will show you how to make relative date filters in Tableau that overcome all the limitations of the default relative date filters. You will be able to set up any ranges you want and have one-click access to change date ranges on the fly

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