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right now push woosh support these operators : “LTE”|”GTE”|”EQ”|”BETWEEN”|”IN”

I have use case where i need to use not in condition.

asked 06 Aug '14, 12:04
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Shankar Morwal
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Hello,

In case you need complex conditions for targeting, I suggest using createTargetedMessage method. In the "devices_filter" section, you can join two sets ("LTE" and "GTE", for instance) or simply use "\" operator, which removes a specific Tag value from the set.

Please see our Advanced Tags guide for details.

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answered 07 Aug '14, 06:07
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