It seems you are looking to add another condition to the calculated measure for retrieving issues with any Fix Version. If that is the case, first, create a new calculated measure that retrieves the Fix versions for each issue. Please have a look at the formula below:
-- Issue Fix Version
After that, try altering the calculated measure “Ticket CRM Creer”. There is no need for two nested Filter() functions. You can add two or more conditions inside it with AND and OR operands. Also, you can use the Sum() function instead of Count() and move the measure “Issues created” outside Filter() as the numeric expression that will be evaluated over the set. Please have a look at the formula below:
[Measures].[Issue No de ticket CRM] <> '(none)'
[Measures].[Issue Fix Version] <> '(no version)'
[Measures].[Issue Fix Version] is the same you created in the first step. Replace the name if you used a different one. The Sum() function usually is more efficient than the Count() and returns results faster.
Visit the eazyBI documentation page for more information on conditionals in calculated measures - https://docs.eazybi.com/eazybi/analyze-and-visualize/calculated-measures-and-members/calculated-measures#Calculatedmeasures-Conditions.
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