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Is it possible to use ObjectType In as part of an automation

Hi there,

I am trying to do a lookupObjects for two particular ObjectTypes only out of a group of about 10.

I was tying this

ObjectType In("Technical Approver Group","Support Group") AND "Updated" <= now() AND "Updated" > now(-7d)

but it is failing with a whole heap of formatting errors

 

{"errorMessages":["AQL \"ObjectType In(\"Technical Approver Group\",\"Support Group\") AND \"Updated\" <= now() AND \"Updated\" > now(-7d) and objectSchemaId == 5\" has invalid syntax at position 13 with error message \"mismatched input '(' expecting ' '\""],"errors":{}}

 

The output of this is going to be an email, is it possible to combine two object types into the one lookup.

 

I'm stuck.

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should have been a = instead of the In.

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