It would be great if Grand Totals on a Matrix or Table would add up correctly to the sum of the rows when you include MEASURES in the visual. Currently the total on a measure consists of the measure function itself, instead of the sum of the rows above. PLEASE give us the option to toggle totals to be a simple aggregate of the rows above also.

Jeroen ter Heerdt (administrator) on 24 Oct 2022 18:59:09

Moving this idea to "under review" to mark that discussions are underway. For full transparency, we have started working on DAX calculations at the visual level. That feature will make changes that will serve as building blocks for other features, including but not limited to the one discussed in this idea: providing more flexibility for influencing what is shown on the total: the visual total, the "DAX" total, or another expression altogether.

Hence, the delivery of this Idea will be dependent on the DAX-calculations-on-a-visual feature.

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## RE: Matrix/Table grand totals with Measures

I have just had to explain this to the current client.

Needless to say his answer can be summarised as what a silly

## RE: Matrix/Table grand totals with Measures

Vote 829.

## RE: Matrix/Table grand totals with Measures

Why does something logical needs time to be available?? Please make the necessary, thanks in advance.

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vote 657 😁

## RE: Matrix/Table grand totals with Measures

I don't know @Jeroen ter Heerdt, I specifically asked that question regarding visual calculations fixing measure totals and was told something different.

## RE: Matrix/Table grand totals with Measures

I would the possibility to define the Total behavior in a Table or in a Matrix for the measures.

Currently Power BI is using the Measure in the total with a different filter context that can bring to wrong totals.

This "issue" could be solved with the possibility to set a different measure for the Total, or better have a property that calculate the real sum of values of each row of the table (instead of apply the measure with another filter context)