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Matt Allington takes us through the REMOVEFILTERS() function in DAX:

Recently Microsoft introduced a new function in DAX called REMOVEFILTERS(). This is a very useful and well named function and it does exactly what its name suggests. Its purpose is to act as a table filter parameter inside CALCULATE() as shown in the following example.

Total Sales All Products REMOVEFILTERS() = CALCULATE([Total Sales],REMOVEFILTERS(Products))

Read on to see how this compares to the prior/alternative solution and for more information on REMOVEFILTERS().