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    19 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » SharePoint Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ingrid commented  · 

    Yes, as @SjoerdV I want to hide the flows from the flow, but still want to use them with JSON Column Formatting. An opinion would also be for me hiding the flow menue completely.

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    Ingrid commented  · 

    I found a comparable uservoice on sharepoint.uservoice.com. https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/forums/329214-sites-and-collaboration/suggestions/35483821-highlighted-content-web-part-filter-operators with currently 4 votes.

    Please vote for that to increase the number of voices!
    (Ideas will be reviewed monthly – so gather support! If an idea doesn’t have at least 100 votes after 90 days it will be closed.)

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    Ingrid commented  · 

    Maybe this uservoice should be posted on https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/ to get more attention?

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    Ingrid commented  · 

    I've found a MS Support article that describes the functionality of the Highlight Content Web Part. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/use-the-highlighted-content-web-part-e34199b0-ff1a-47fb-8f4d-dbcaed329efd
    Therefore an AND join is supported but only for different filter types e.g. a filter by filename and a managed property is an AND join, a filter by filename A and filename B is an OR join.

    The problem is, that managed property is handled as one type and therefore as OR join. But it should be updated to handle each managed property as one filter type.

    This is really a big problem for us. It is not possible to create a useful content query with this bug and other compareably WebParts for dynamic content are not available in der modern view at the moment. Please fix this asap.

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    Ingrid commented  · 

    Perhaps there some use cases OR make sense but the most of them require an AND join. I can only agree to Sylvie this must be provided as soon as possible.

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