I created screenshots.
First i created a new table that helps me control my parameter which works TRUE or FALSE. I haven’t created a UX view for this because system generated UX is enough for me. Just we need to enable quick editing for Show Cancel column of system generated UX
After setting up assistant table, we need to set up main table which in my case Purchase Orders and Customer Orders.
First i created a new slice using Purchases as source and join Purchases and Yes/No table with a small query as below. Basically, if Show Cancel is True then just show me rows that status equals to Cancelled, else everything but not Cancelled.
IF(ANY(Yes No[Show Cancel])=“True”,[Order Status] =“Cancelled”,[Order Status] <>“Cancelled”)
After setting up the slice, i created a new UX called Purchase Orders with data from this slice. I set position Ref because i actually do not need to see this in the menu, i will use this in my dashboard.
After completing all set up process, i created a new dashboard and used my system generated Yes No_Detail view and Purchase Orders view.
I set up interactive mode On at the beginning but then i click the row from Purchase Orders, i cannot navigate to Form view of selected row, it is just selecting row and make light blue colors. See on first picture below. After asking you, i changed set up and set interactive mode Off, hence i could navigate to form view of selected rows without any problem. You can see on second picture.
I hope i could express all process clearly. And it will help others to create views with parameters. The good thing is 1 assistant table is enough for all True False requirements.
Here is mobile view of the functionality.