|Filtering of parts.|
|It is possible to apply filters when repeating data in different data groups. This allows you, for example, to ensure that only the first or the last two items are shown instead of all items or that only the first result is shown on a certificate. This is done by using extra text in the merge code, for example \@ filter:top=1.|
Only the last two parts should be shown.
If you do not use a table, you can add the filter directly into the merge code.Do you use a table? Then you have to place the filtering in HTML code.
In editor 3 you can only add the filter via HTML. Click on '<> HTM'. But beware: there is a difference between adding the filter option when using a table and when not.
Example 1: no table is used here.
Filter option is visible.
Example 2: a table is used here.
Filter option is not visible.
We have developed a case for you: Filter parts invitation into a blende e-learning.
|Filtering participants paid Yes/No.|
|It is possible to apply a filter so that only the participants who have or have not paid are shown. You can do this by using extra text in the merge code, for example \@ FILTER:betaald=false.|