If you’re using the Condition tab in the filter action window, what is the difference between the “Match All” vs. “Match Any” options? [UPDATED]

If you’re using the Condition tab in the filter action window, what is the difference between the “Match All” vs. “Match Any” options? Question/Answer & Solution

  • Correct Answer : “Match All” is the equivalent of using AND to combine multiple conditions while “Match Any” is the equivalent of using OR to combine multiple conditions (for the same component)
  • There is no difference between the two options.
  • “Match All” is the equivalent of using OR to combine multiple conditions while “Match Any” is the equivalent of using AND to combine multiple conditions (for the same component)
  • “Match All” lets you combine conditions from multiple sub-components but “Match Any” does not.
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