how can I simplify this?
I thought something like this could work?
Hi @TylonHH ,
You could use this:
First, you define an array with all your values to exclude (with add function).
Then test if this array doesn’t contain your variable.
Hope this helps.
I tried your solution
this is my output wich I wanna filter
And this is filter
After the filter I send an eMail, but in this case both attachment were send
Hi @TylonHH ,
I agree with you, it’s a bit misleading: it checks that the variable belongs to a given array.
In your case, if you are sure that the name of your “File name” is always -blabla.pdf, where keyword is one of the word in the array, you could use:
Please, find in attachment my blueprint.
Simplify filter with the same condition.json (4.4 KB)
Not really. The filename is not always the same.
I just wanne exclude some file wich contains in the name onbe of the words. For example “receipt”, no matter in wich position the word in the filename is. Never thought this would be so difficult.
I guess I have to look to the text operator?
It’s often a good idea to rationalize file names, it avoids a lot of subsequent difficulties.
Hello there @TylonHH
It’s great to see that you got that condition working! Oldschool’s always cool
Also, thanks a lot for stepping back in here and sharing your final setup with the community. This is super valuable stuff