Bar chart Arranging in descending order using data from another chart

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I have a Treemap chart that represents locations and bar-charts that represent agents.

and I want my agents to be filtered in descending order by the value for money on clicking on the location. Is this possible if i want to use my treemap as a slicer?
Feb 8, 2019 in Power BI by Shubham
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  • Select treemap. 
  • Make it active. 
  • Turn on Visual Interactions through the top menu bar. 
  • Select the filter symbol on the bar chart.

That should do it. Good Luck.

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answered Feb 8, 2019 by Upasana
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