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Hi team,
Trying to link up all my charts in my Tableau dashboard. My bar chart seems to show the chainlink on the Audiobook review dataset rather than on the Audiobook sales dataset. I believe this is impacting my filtering as I can see no change when I use another chart as the filtering agent. Please could you let me why the chainlink appears on the review dataset rather than on the sales dataset?
many thanks
 

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Hi!
Please make sure that the link icon in the top left corner is activated. If it isn’t, you need to click on it. This should help fix the problem at hand.
Thanks!

Hi Ned, thanks for the quick reply. all charts have the link icon highlighted in red. The only difference is that 2 of the charts show the links on the audiobook sales data whereas the other chart shows the links on the audiobook reviews data. On the video the links are all under the same dataset (table).Thanks

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