It would be nice to have more words other than is or is not when creating Smart Groups. I would love to have contains or starts with.
First, I adjusted the title of this submission just to describe it a little more (and so that we could wrap additional ideas with it).
Second, another set of feature ideas related to this comes from Steve Evans:
We need to have more advanced logic for creating smart groups. For example:
I’d like to request the ability to create smart groups based on training completions. For example, if you complete Course ABC (or Program ABC), you become part of Group ABC.This would be especially useful for:1. Assigning surveys to those who have completed specific training items.2. Assigning additional training to those who have completed specific training items.3. Assigning tasks to groups who complete training courses.Having this capability would really help us with many of the tasks we currently perform.
Can we also add logic that allows for a dual level of "Match All" and "Match Any". We have multiple business groups/departments that have similar positions. For instance: I may need to assign a course to everyone in our Healthcare group (all) who is a Senior Project Manager OR a Project Manager (any).
Right now if I set a smart group to match ALL Healthcare employees who are Senior Project Managers, if I try to add also Project Managers it won't let me save.
If I say to match ANY Healthcare employee and ANY Project Managers, it adds in project managers from all our other business groups.
link to related idea Advanced Logic for Smart Groups
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