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JonathanTh
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  • 26-05-2021
    Hi Stuart For the filter module you use "Contains", however what I was doing wrong was using it the wrong way around. I had my filter set as "Status" Contains "[ARRAY]" where it should have been "[ARRAY]" contains "Status" I also had the OR function working, however it turns out it wasn't working an...

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  • 16-04-2021
    HI Krissy This is something that i have asked about in the past, and because you cannot perform a calculation such as WEEKDAYDIFF in FUSION i hit a bit of a brick wall. However there are two ways that this can be addressed (that i am aware of) You would have to spin up a calculated field and two dat...

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  • 14-04-2021
    Hi Darin This is interesting as the reason I did this is because i had initially tried with the array but with no success. I've detailed out the two methods and an example of the results returned: OR Filter: This appears to work as expected and an example of the bundles passing through is here: Arra...

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  • 14-04-2021
    ‚ I have one question off the back of this..... This is great for the search module but can something similar be used on a filter between modules? The reason being i also face the same issue with repeating common criteria. An example to support this ask would be: Category ID = [Category ID 1]-and-La...

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  • 14-04-2021
    Hi Darin Thanks for this, just what i needed! This will make things a whole lot easier as you say for not having to repeat common criteria! Thanks again

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  • 31-03-2021
    Hi All So i find myself a bit stuck with using the "In" operator. Fusion 2.0 suggests i should do this as i want to find all Projects that are either "AWA"" or "PLN" (I am aware my screenshot only shows "PLN" at present) What i cant seem to figure is how to do this in the above module? There will be...

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  • 25-02-2021
    I have the same request but for referencing a particular task.The use case is within a project there is a form where this is used to validate and move a task from a different project (and some other bits that Fusion would need to do) to the current project. I would hope to be able to filter the fiel...

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  • 20-10-2020
    We definitely need something like this also. Out use case is that generally different groups of users have layout templates geared towards the way they work (especially pinned dashboards/views within a project).The issue we face is when we may want to a user from another group to work on a piece of ...

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  • 09-09-2020
    Just an quick update. I think this is simpler that i thought it was going to be as i can just use the following: categoryID=categoryID_Mod=notinobjectCategories:ID_Mod=notblank

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  • 09-09-2020
    Hi Doug Thanks for the advice. I will give this a go. I have done a few things with objectCategories via the API in the past so i see where you are coming from here. I will update this thread when i have given this a go! Thanks

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