How do I filter my source data based on the slicers set on my pivot tables?

ZohaibIrfan

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  1. 2019
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Hi. I have a list of prospect leads and their contact details. I used pivot tables to generate analytical insights about this list (Contact, Nationality, hobbies, professions, etc.). I've been asked on how to export the original data based on the filtering I've done on the slicers to display the analytics. This is so that they can use the original data that is filtered for one part of the marketing phase. Is there a way to do this? Any suggestions are welcomed.
 

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