You just need to use the Time Settings module to create more filter criteria
Current + Previous = Time Lookup.Year >= YEAR(ITEM(Time))
Current + Next = Time Lookup.Year <= YEAR(ITEM(Time))
Hope that helps
Thanks for your quick response, I have used the same approach and now I am able to create the steps what you have referred.(See the below screenshot)
But, whenever I am selecting my current date is 2019(see below screenshot) in admin dashboard.
It is perfectly working fine, I feel the given logic is working here (see below)
But whereas, whenever I am changing my current date year to 2018. my dashboards displays like this.(see below)
Please help with the issue.
You should just be able to use the line items in the time settings module as the new filter for the target modules
Yes, I am doing the same(see the below Screenshot)
But it is not woking for any other years except 2019. And I would also sharing the screen shot of my model calender below.
Given the issues you had with the previous module, it might be worth re-publishing it, following the process @LipChean_Soh took you through
Both of your processes are slight difference and both ways are working absolutely fine, but today morning I have followed your process to the existed modules/dashboards and its absolutely working fine.
But to this module its not.... I am not sure what mistake I am doing in the process.