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Mon, May 3, 2021 at 12:52:26 PM | Is it possible to filter tags? or schedule them?

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giovanni22


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Hi!

I have a big plan with 166 area tags. (NAME of the rum and bellow the M2). These 160 area tags are composed of 6 different tags. (3 with only the NAME and 3 with both NAME and M2). These tags are in different parts of the plan.

Is there a way to choose quickly from these 166 tags, the group of tags I want to change, then find the other group ecc?

With filter i usually have the message that I have selected ''multiple Families''.

Is it possible to have these tags on a schedule in order to change them quickly from one type to another?

Thank you.


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Mon, May 3, 2021 at 1:36:19 PM | Is it possible to filter tags? or schedule them?

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You could create a view filter in visibility settings, set the filter for area and then apply a rule that selects only a certain set of tags. Then you could apply the filter and turn visibilty off for the filtered items. This would leave only the other type visible which you could then select.

 

Also you can definitely create a schedule for areas. Create a new schedule and set the category to areas.



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Mon, May 3, 2021 at 1:57:58 PM | Is it possible to filter tags? or schedule them?

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Thank you!

I will try to make a view filter like you said to see what are the possibilities (I havent made one before).

The biggest problem is that the situation with all these tags is not stable. Tomorrow, efter a week or a month I will (this is certain) put new tags, cancel old ones, or maybe make new ones. 

Thats why I search for a system that can give me freedom and also is easy to manipulate all these tags.

I have already made an area schedule but there in the ''available fields'' there is not ''tags''. 

 


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