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Overview list conditions


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To access the lost condition view you have to tap on the “pencil” symbol to any condition besides a basic condition or on “Add condition” in the create or edit list view.

In each condition you can only include one data section. Therefore, if you want to search in all the data of the app you need to connect the data sections with OR conditions.

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Features and functions


(1) close view

Where to tap
New List View

Tap on “X” up left to close the view without saving your changes.


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(2) save condition

Where to tap
New List View

Tap on the “tick” symbol to close the view with saving your changes.


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(3) change section

Where to tap
Section selector
Section selected
Section changed

Tap on “Description” to change the data section you want to use for the condition.

Be aware that the different data sections contain different operators and therefore some of the sub conditions will change or disappear as soon you change the section.


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(4) delete sub condition

Where to tap
Sub condition deleted

Tap on “X” next to a sub condition to delete it. You can't undo this therefore, try to not tap the x out of an accident.




(5) write value sub condition

Where to tap
Keyboard displayed
Value typed

Tap on “Ipsum”/blank to open the keyboard and to type or voice write the condition value.




(6) open selector

Where to tap
Selector displayed
Operator selected

Tap on “Contain” to open the selector and change the sub condition type.




(7) add sub condition

Where to tap
Sub condition displayed
Lists scrolled
Sub condition added

Tap on “add more” to open the selector for additional sub conditions.

Be aware that each sub condition can be included only once.




Text Elements: Attribute, Attribute Value, Contact Name, Info, Group Name, Function of person, Occasion Name, Descriptione

Text element
Type selector
Text insert

Selector = Equal, Contain, Not contain, Not equal

  • Equal: The attribute matches exactly: For example if you choose EQUAL “Tom” than it’s all contacts with the first name “Tom”.
  • Contain: The attribute contains the string but might be longer: For example if you choose CONTAIN “Tom” it would also include contacts with the first name “Tommy”
  • Not contain: Is excluding a string: For example NOT CONTAIN “Tom” would remove also all “Tommy” from the list
  • Not Equal: Is excluding exactly the string: For example NOT EQUAL “Tom” would remove all the “Tom” but leave “Tommy”.

Value = "Text"




Rating Elements: Attribute Rating, Interaction Rating

Rating element
Type selector
Rating selector

Selector = Equal, Less then, Greater then

(Just about if the rating of a contact is equal, smaler or higher to the number you select here)

Value = “0 - 5”: with 0 = no value, 1 = arrow down, 5 = arrow up

(Be aware that for “unlike” you need an OR with a second AND section for the second value = 1 or 2)




Marked Elements: Attribute Marked, Interaction Marked

Mark element
Mark tickt

Value = “Yes or No”




Category

Category element
Category selector

Value = “Category”

(Be aware that if you want to search for Category A and Category B you need an OR with a second AND section for the values = “Category A” OR “Category B”)




Date Elements: Create Data, Update Date

Type selector
Date selector

Selector = Equal, Less then, Greater then

Value = “year & month & day”