Yet another Rule Question


#1

I want a rule that detects if one person leaves and the other one doesn't. But it can be either direction. Like this:
If (A gone and B not gone) or (A not gone and B gone)

Will this rule conditions work that way?


#2

Never mind. I just realized I don't need to be that complicated. I tried to delete the post, but it wouldn't let me.


#3

Re-visiting this, I have another scenario similiar to the above. Wondering what is the order of evaluation of conditions. For example,

I have condition A, B, C, D. How would this work: 'A or B and C or D'? What I am looking for is either A or B occurs and C or D also made.


#4

Use the parens in the rule. (a or b) and (c or d). They are available when you are defining the rule.


#5

Never saw that before. Thanks for pointing it out.