Hm, how can I do this? I want to create a smart group that catches both groups where the name includes “Suppliers” (and their contents), AND loose items in any other group whose names also may include “Suppliers”.
Smart Group “Suppliers”
- item 1 (from whatever group)
- item 2 (from whatever group)
- item 3 (from whatever group)
- Group “Fish Suppliers”
– item 4
– item 5
- Group “meat suppliers” (note case-insensitivity)
– item 6
– item 7
I know I can create a smart group that catches groups with “Supplier” in their names, and I know I can create a smart group that catches any item with “Suppliers” in their name.
Can’t seem to be able to catch both. I thought “Any item” in the filter meant groups as well, but that does not seem to be the case…
Could you please post a screenshot of your smart group? Thanks!
Christian - here’s a screenshot of what it looks like. Notice to the left, the smart group “Suppliers”, plus a regular group “Suppliers” (with zero items in it). On the right, my smart group conditions, and the result - I’d like to be able to include in the result list the regular group “Suppliers” as well - is that possible?
By removing the “Kind” condition everything containing uppli in the name should be returned including documents & groups.
I removed the condition, but it still is not catching the regular folder named “Suppliers” - see the new screenshot below.
Just expand the smart group “Suppliers” in the left pane, then the group “Suppliers” should be listed.
Another possibility is to use another view (e.g. split or columns view).
Christian - I got it. Using the split view in this situation works well for me - thank you so much!!