For our use case, these are our filters:
As you can see, it wouldn't make sense to apply more than one at a time, and applying the first two at the same time filters out all of the data. You can try this out here:
I have the same problem in my web experience. For me, too, it would be good to have a function where you could activate only one filter at a time. That would significantly improve my application.
Like @DaveFullerton, I have several mutually-exclusive filters and I would like my users to be able to select (just) one filter - i.e. selecting one filter turns the other filters off. This would make it easy for my users to view different subsets of the data.
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