Can Rules Be Written Using a "Not Equal To" Statement?

edited December 2019 in CCCApply
I need to create a rule that returns a message if a student does not live in California.  In looking at examples, it looks like all rules are written to look for a certain value or if field value is true or false.  In the case of a state, it's much easier to write a statement that says "if state not equal to CA" rather than " if state = AR or NV or UT...".  Can I write a rule using a "not equal to" statement?  If so, how?

Thanks!

Answers

  • edited December 2019
    Good afternoon,  I am moving this ticket into our Zendesk application and will share the screen shots, and the "how too's" in that zendesk ticket.
    Merrie
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