I want to achieve this , to display all pages that are assigned to me and have either (Pending or approved) statuses. But when I define the following, enter image description here

It will show all the pages that are rejected even if they are not created by me !! Can anyone advice, If I can extend the “is equal to” to have an array of strings ?


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You just need to do it the other way round.

Make it:

Approval Status is equal to rejected


Approval Status is equal to pending


Created by is equal to [Me]

which gives you (a OR b) and c.

  • what is the rule in this situation ? should i always write the ORs then the Ands ?
    – John John
    Sep 18, 2014 at 13:59
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    The filters are used in the order you set them. Given your example, the first filter gets the items Created By you, then filter the returned results (AND) to get only the "Pending" items, then combine the results of first two filters (OR) with the items that were "Rejected". Thus you get the items that are pending and created by you, but also all items that were rejected, even though they were not created by you.
    – Mihail
    Sep 18, 2014 at 14:37

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