Is in , contains

a chat room “A” that for users who are interesting in music, cars
a chat room “B” that for users who are interesting in food, boats, music
a chat room “C” that for users who are interesting in cars, movies, art
a user “Eric” is interesting in art, cars, travel

I have a RG that shows all chat rooms.
how to setup the RG to display only A and C
when user “Eric” is logged?

Eric

Use the “intersect with” operator in the editor. So “A intersect with C”.

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Hi @ericwuu :wave:

Search for rooms:filter

In your :filter choose Advanced

In you Advanced write:

This room's interesting:intersect with Current User's interesting:count > 0

By doing this, you will filter for the rooms that have something in common with the user’s interest.

Hope it helps!

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I see :filtered
I did not see :filter

please help…

Yes thats the one, then add a constraint and Advanced: is at the very bottom

I tried, did not see Advanced or Intersect with

Delete that constraint, make a new one and do Advanced: don’t pick your topic-like field.

Then do what @rpetribu suggested This room's interesting:intersect with Current User's interesting:count > 0

sorry… still can’t figure out…

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Keep your Search for hrqq_posts but then do :filtered after that, then the little window that pops up, make a new constraint, the very last option is Advanced:

After clicking advanced do This hrqq_post's topic-like intersects with Current user's topic-like:count > 0

Don’t pick “topic-like” scroll to the bottom and click Advanced:

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Thank you so much. Happy New Year! :grin:

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Finally :rofl:

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