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02-08-2018

HI,

I have a Dimension in Adobe called User ID. This contains ID's associated with individuals.

I have identified a number of ID's from another tool of loyal users. I would not like to create a segment in Adobe, of all these users. Ideally I would like to create this segment using a query like the below;

User ID is in (UserID123, UserID1234, UserID12345, UserID123456)

Is this possible in Adobe?

Thanks

Paul

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if the user IDs are all without spaces, you can use the 'Contains any of' operator

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each user ID will be separated by a space.

If this doesn't work, you can use API. I have given a detailed answer here:

Creating filters with High-cardinality values

Note, the API explorer is no longer present, so you may have to use a different tool like Postman

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Thank you, that works fine