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What Operators Can I Use for Segmenting My Broadcasts?

The following operators are available for segmenting outbound message broadcasts:

Equal to: all records that include the exact value you wish to segment by.

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Not equal to: records that include all values except the exact value you do not wish to segment by.

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Less than: all values that are less than the value you wish to segment by. This operator only applies to number fields.

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Less than or equal to: records that include all values that are less than or equal to the value you wish to segment by. This operator only applies to number fields.

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Greater than: records that include all values that are greater than the value you wish to segment by. This operator only applies to number fields.

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Greater than or equal to: records that include all values that are greater than or equal to the value you wish to segment by. This operator only applies to number fields.

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Exists: This operator will display records that include any value for the metadata field.

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Does not exist: records that do not include any value for the metadata field.

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Not one of: records that include values that you do not wish to filter for.

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Any of: records that include any values that you wish to filter for.

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All of: records that contain all of the values you wish to filter for.

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In radius of: records in a certain radius of a specified zip code. Only applies to the Zip Code field.

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Not in radius of: records not in a certain radius of a specified zip code. Only applies to the Zip Code field.

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*For further information, you may find these articles helpful:
Segmentation Using Multiple Operators
What Are Ways To Request / Collect Metadata From Subscribers?
What Is A Smart Segment & How Can I Use It?
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