Is there a way to let the `content report table` macro operate on an 'AND' query instead of 'OR'
For instance if my labels are: `kb-troubleshooting-article, application-name` I get All articles with EITHER or BOTH labels. I would like to only get `kb-troubleshooting-article` lableded items which are ALSO labelled with `application-name`
I'm hoping this is possible as it seems sensible? If not, is there a location to add feature requests? I know it'd be a longer term wait for adding it if it doesn't exist.
It seems the content report table macro is quite limited in its functionality, in that you can't use operators for the labels or customise it in any way.
I'm trying to do the same as you - have an application support page which lists only KB articles related to that particular app. I found the 'content by label macro' to be much better. Although it doesn't lay out results in a table, it does allow multiple operators through filters. For example, to show all 'kb-troubleshooting-article' and 'kb-how-to-article' pages for the 'MyApp' application, I set the following filters:
label: kb-troubleshooting-article kb-how-to-article
Of type: page
In space: current space
Multiple labels within the same label filter are evaluated with 'OR' operators, and multiple label filters are evaluated as 'AND'. Under options you can choose whether to show/hide the labels, which could be useful
Hope this helps!
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