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    Hovious, Kay

    Very helpful.  Thanks.

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    LInda Coffin

    Is there a way to create a filter that will eliminate anyone who hasn't filled in a field? For example, I would like to be able to search for all members who have a blog. But there are members who don't have a blog and who have left the blog URL field blank. How do I create a filter that says "include anyone who has put something into this field / exclude anyone who has left this field blank"?

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    Kinsey Mahan

    Hi Linda - The ability to include/exclude profiles from a search based on an attribute is limited to selection set attributes. So, in order to set up the search you've described, you would need a selection set attribute asking something like "do you have a blog?" with Yes/No as the values. Then, the filter in the directory search would be based around whether there is a 'Yes' populated in that selection set. The easiest way to update profiles with a yes/no in mass would be to export them (making sure to include a key field that's unique to every member and the attribute you want to update), update the values in Excel, and reimport the data. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to the Help Team - they'll be back in the office tomorrow morning at 9AM ET!

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    Kathleen Siviter

    Do graced profiles show up in the directory search?  I have one that is not showing up and that is the only thing I can see that may be preventing it...  If so, is there a way to change that setting so they only drop off the directory if they are lapsed?

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    Jay Fitzmaurice

    Hello Kathleen! Graced users will pull into Directory Searches until they fully Lapse. Since you only have one Graced Linked User, I took a look, and they pull up for me in your Directory Search. It sounds like it may have to do with the criteria you're putting in. If you're still having trouble with it, please reach out to our Help Team and let us know what you're searching by - we'd be happy to take a look!

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