If I understand correctly a user thing has a list field of areas and a list field of zones.
If so, the you can place a conditional in the group element that displays the profile that reads “group user list of areas CONTAINS page user area”. The same for zones … “group user list of zones CONTAINS page user zone”.
Usually, I try to avoid going this route because things can take longer than desired to process. To avoid having to go this route depends usually on the overall arquitecture of the functionality that has been built (dB structure, UI, etc etc).
But do not necessarily pay attention to others experiences, as it could work for your app.
If it makes sense for you, give a try nonetheless!
Sorry I’m a bit late, I hope what I did would help you too.
The solution didn’t work for me. I had to incorporate a ‘first choice’ question into my service flow to work around this. So it became list contains value of ’ first choice’ rather than list A containing any value from list B.
To be honest it isn’t the best but I just couldn’t dwell on it any longer.
Ed727, it doesn’t have this option inside the Search. What I’m trying is to do a search for the things (Item) which have a list of things (Containers). For a given specific Item (Item A, let’s call), which has a number of speficific containers (C1, C2, C3, for example) I need to find all the other Items that have at least one of these in their Container list.