As a reminder, I contacted you via email asking for a link to your dataflow so that I may help troubleshoot this issue for you.
When you're ready to proceed, please reply to my email, and I can help you then.
I am having a similar issue. I want to filter rows *only* when their value is specific (Labor). I have used "Labor", 'Labor', and Labor and each itteration nets 0 records. Please advise.
@Asydnor Have you reported these behaviors in tickets to Domo Support? I would very much like to have examples of these issues you see brought to our attention.
If you have open tickets, please reference them here for me. You should have been provided a CASE ID for each ticket opened.
If you do not have open tickets, please do open some via the Support portal here: support.domo.com
If at all possible, please provide examples for us of where you see this.
I am having the same issue. When applying multiple filters for a TEXT field, it doesn't seem to work. If I have one rule, it works fine, but after adding multiple, it doesn't work at all. Thanks!
I personally never use the equals but always contains and does not contains. Have you tried going to the dataset and copying the text and then pasting that in the filter field? Sometimes there are whitespaces there and just typing them in does not catch them. Also, make sure your column is actually a text field by setting the column type. I have never had any issues with filtering text fields so if it persists I would definitely put in a ticket.