The basic Slicer in power bi already has a search feature. My request is to add a way to select all search results in one click. For example, say I search a text column in the slicer for all values with "ipad" and I get 200+ results returned in the slicer. It would be super helpful if you could select all 200+ results in one click since selecting one-by-one is so tedious.
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The select all option will not show up when we search for a text in the slicer. We still want to see the option of "Select All" so that we can select all of the filtered items based on the search string.

You'd think this was an obvious addition, It's so annoying to have to select individually. 

It's a must feature, averyone in compnies i worked for compalined that can't pick multiple items at once!

Really need this added to the slicer!

Please kindly add this feature, it would definitely help us to save a lot of time. Thanks a lot !

Can I vote more than once for this! So very annoying when I have end users selecting 50+ items manually.

A basic function that should be available. We can do this in an Excel filer when I search, should be here.
Also, Tableau has this feature........

The select "all" from filter is obvious requirement for anyone trying to look at groupings that have not had suitable tagging made. This may also benefit from google style search for multiple constraints ie. + to include - to exclude

Just echoing the sentiment. Please add this relatively basic feature. Many consider it a fundamental feature, not a "nice to have".

Maybe put a focus group together that consists of developers/end users in many different industries (insurance, tech, retail, etc...). Then, ask them if they work with computers, data, and > 25 numbers. If they answer yes (I suspect they will), boom! You've got your answer. They have the tools, content, and quantity of data necessary for the ability to search numbers in a slicer/filter.

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up vote, a common theme with all Microsoft products is "if it only just did this one more thing...."