Hello! I am new to Appian and I'm still figuring things out. It would really help me to be able to speak with someone who is looking at the same screen as me (you know, walking me through various processes). When I call Appian Support, they aren't very helpful. They usually just direct me to the Appian tech support email, and I've contacted them via that email address, but they never respond. Is there any way to speak with someone knowledgeable at Appian to get some help? Thanks
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Is there any specific issue which you want help with? If yes you can post your query here and someone will be there to support. Sharing same screen while working may not be a very secure way due to data protection and other security aspects. I will also recommend not to copy paste any code which you are working as is and should mask OR use dummy references.
You can also go through various tutorials and other academy resources available online.
Hello. Thank you. I have posted the question and here is the link: https://community.appian.com/discussions/f/general/14854/creating-filters/66459#66459. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Read through it and as Stewart Burchell mentioned while supporting there are outstanding queries to it. For me it looks like you need to have proper mapping done between list of applicants in line with the status, lmi and structure type (may be a database table). Once you have that mapping in place, you can retrieve the list of applicants by querying it passing the values of Status, LMI and StructureType using appropriate condition (OPERATOR) which will give you a subset.
Hello. I found some Appian videos and they suggest using a Record Type to filter the data. I created a new user filter titled "Status." I have a lot of options for status, however. See below. Does this look correct? Is this what you were referring to? Thank you
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