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How do I create one colorize rule for multiple tags?

Troy Dugger (7121015) | asked Sep 12 '12, 6:39 p.m.
In a backlog plan, I've added a colorize setting using the "tags" expression, but it looks like I can only associate a label with one tag.  For instance, I have "Customer" as the label and "tags:ibm", but if I want this tag and color for oracle as well, "tags:ibm oracle" doesn't work, nor does "tags:ibm, oracle".

Is it possible to set a single label and color for multiple tags?


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Bo Chulindra (1.3k2718) | answered Sep 25 '12, 5:33 p.m.
I haven't found a way to specify multiple conditions for one tag, but I've gotten around this by just creating multiple tags with the same name and color. For example,

Label: Customer
Color: Blue
Tag: tags:ibm

Label: Customer
Color: Blue
Tag: tags:oracle
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Troy Dugger commented Dec 03 '12, 5:22 p.m.

Thanks Bo.  This is what I went with and my manager liked it because it also indicated how many customers wanted the enhancement.  That works for now when we only have a few customers.  It won't work when there are thousands.  :)

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