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Syntax to find pages under a specific page

Syntax to find pages under a specific page using the label names.

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hello tank you for the reply, i am trying to search through the pages using 2 labels. filtering the pages using  a main category label and then a sub category label. 

i have attached the syntax that i used to create the category and sub category.

i need help with the search synatx now! the synatx to filter the search through the pages using 2 labels. 


MA Bereich: <input type="button" id="buttonMA_Topic_NA" value="N/A" onclick="onClick('MA_Topic')"> <input type="radio" id="radioVorgabe" name="MA_Topic" value="architekturvorgaben"> <label for="radioVorgabe">Vorgabe</label> <input type="radio" id="radioKonzept" name="MA_Topic" value="Konzept"> <label for="radioKonzept">Konzept</label>


Technologie: <input type="button" id="buttonTechnologie_NA" value="N/A" onclick="onClick('Technologie')"> <input type="radio" id="kafka" name="Technologie" value="Kafka"> <label for="radioVorgabe">Kafka</label> <input type="radio" id="radioJava" name="Technologie" value="Java"> <label for="radioKonzept">Java</label>


<input type="button

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Andrii Maliuta
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Sep 19, 2022

Hello @Angel Reema Thomas .,

For CQL you can try:

parent = "YOUR_ID" and label = "LABEL"

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