This guide explains how to include filters in conditions of other contact filters.
Filters in Splio return records from the database which match the filter's criteria. The type of the data returned by each filter is determined by the scope (the table) of the filter, which is selected at the time of creation.
Creation of a new filter. You can add a description and tags.
The "Contacts" scope is selected in the image above and is highlighted on the creation screen by default. If you do not select another scope, you will create a contacts filter. Contacts filters can be used as target populations or excluded populations in campaigns.
Linking another contacts filter
You can include or exclude contacts returned by another filter using the "Presence in filter(s)" condition found in "Memberships".
Use the dropdown list to select a filter for the condition. You can type part of the name to narrow down the selection.
Filters containing "in" in their names are displayed.
You can also select the way the condition works with the button in the middle. You can include or exclude contacts from the selected filter ("matches" and "does not match", respectively) or include contacts found in at least one filter.
Linking filters within other scopes
You can relate filters which select from the same table (scope). You can use the "Presence in filter(s)" condition to link "stores," "products," "receipts," and "abandoned carts" with filters of the same scope.
Linking non-contacts filters
The "sales behavior" conditions in contacts filters allow you to include filters from "Products", "Receipts", "Abandoned carts" and “Stores” scopes.
The list of "sales behavior" conditions
With all these conditions (except "Date of last order" and "Sales tracker turnover") you can use filters from other scopes to narrow down your search to the events (and so contacts) related to specific products, receipts, or abandoned carts.
When defining conditions, use the dropdown lists to select from filters within each scope. You can do it for each line in the highlighted area.
Example of a "sales conditions" rule
You can set each condition to match or exclude a specific filter or to match at least one of many filters.
The other scopes will be displayed only if you have already created a filter of their type.