Things I have tried
I have tried simply adding an OR between statements.
What I’m trying to do
I’m trying to combine to dataview task lists into a single list of tasks. Tasks can be in a note with a tag of #name or in a note for a project with an inline particpant name of name. I have both lists running fine if I have them separate, like so:
WHERE contains(Participants, [[name]])
WHERE contains(tag, #name)
I can run them right after each other but was looking for a way to get them into one list, I will leave them broken out if its too difficult of an ask, but I can’t seem to find many or queries, and queries seem to work fine.
Have you tried what your title implies? “OR”?
contains(Participants, [[name]]) OR
smh…I tried it but I tried WHERE OR WHERE…let me try without the second where
I way overthought that, that was really really dumb, thanks for the help!
If you do two
WHERE’s, they’re assumed to have an
AND between them. So it’s legal, but it’s an
AND, and not an
WHERE startswith(text, "second") AND
(status="x" OR completion)
Which outputs this in my test vault:
Here you see that all tasks have that first part of starting with “second”, but the first two has the
status="x" which marks them as completed, and actually the last two has the field
completion shown as the completion date.
So that’s one way to build a combination of
OR. Just remember the parentheses around the criteria for
OR parts if combined with something like an
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