Create Advanced Query Conditions

In advanced queries, you create conditions that look for specific data.

For example, you can create a condition that looks for all events that are flagged as "All Day" events. Conditions contain a query field, an operator, and a value.

The query field is the type of data by which you want to filter events. For example, an event start time or booking name.

The operator is a mathematical operator that determines how you want to compare the data with the value. If you want to find events with a start time of 11:00 AM, you would use the Equals operator. If you want to find events that start on or after 11:00 AM, you would use the Is greater than or equal to operator.

  1. On the Query tab, click Add Condition. A generic condition displays.
  2. To select a query field, click All Day.
  3. To select an operator, click Equals to. The operators available depend on the query field selected.
  4. To enter a value, click enter a value. The value is the specific value by which you want to filter events. For example, the church van, the sanctuary, or 11:00 AM. The values available depend on the query field selected.
  5. To delete a condition, on the Query tab, click Delete Query.