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How can I create a filter like this

I want to create a filter that list all entries with tag1, tag2, tag 3, tag4, tag5 overdue or due in 30 days. I want to limit the list to five tags.

I have tried (30 days) & @tag1 | @tag2 | @tag3 ... But it doesnt work.

Could you help me? Maybe also list more examples in the help section for inspiration.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Apr 07, 2014 - 18:04

Hello Lennart,

The filter you've used technically searches for "tasks due within 30 days that also have the tag1... or all tasks that have tag2 or all tasks that have tag3" etc.

Now, assuming that you want to see tasks that are overdue or due in 30 days AND have either of these tags, please use this query:

(od, 30 days) & @tag1 | (od, 30 days) & @tag2 | (od, 30 days) & @tag3

Note - "od" is an alternative shortcut for "overdue". We'll consider adding more examples in the Help page or our upcoming FAQ section :-)


Best regards,
David

Lennart Skoog premium
Replied on Apr 08, 2014 - 14:06

It did not work. Only the last label are populated in the list.

David Trey staff
Replied on Apr 08, 2014 - 17:32

Lennart,

Please try this one then:

(@tag1 | @tag2 | @tag3) & (od, 30 days)


Best regards,
David