I think you can use the ‘matches’ or ‘is one of’ operator w/ a list in the conditions for each possible property value
I may be overlooking something very simple and obvious -- which wouldn't be the first time -- but I do not see that option or feature you are referencing. The "Match" condition I see can only be either "any" or "all" (but not both) and the only operators available are:
does not equal
does not start with
does not end with
does not contain
equals (case sensitive)
does not equal (case sensitive)
I do not see an "is one of" option and all of the operators allow only a single condition.
By the way, if it makes a difference, the BSA version is 8.0.6 and the Smart Groups are for Jobs and Depot Objects.
This is extremely weird.
The first time I went into one of already created Smart Groups, neither the "is one of" (nor the "is not one of") option were there. Indeed, I copied all the available options in my post above.
But when I created a new Smart Group, the "is one of" and the "is not one of" conditions were available. Then when I went to one of the "old" Smart Groups, the "is one of" and the "is not one of" options then appeared. Is it possible that the options did not appear for the "old" Smart Group initially because the Smart Group was originally created in BSA 7.x (when the "is one of" and the "is not one of" options were not available?) but then were made available for the "old" Smart Groups after I first invoked them when creating the new Smart Group?
Regardless, the options are now there and I have successfully created my Smart Group. Thanks!
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It’s possible. that should have been migrated w/ the upgrade..