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Say I have 3 taxonomy vocabularies:

Products, Professions and Support

Each vocabulary has 2 terms:

Products -> product1, product2

Professions -> profession1, profession2

Support -> support1, support2

Users can be tagged with terms. User A is tagged with:

product1 and support1

Nodes can be tagged with terms. Node 1 is tagged with:

product1

Node 2 is tagged with:

support1

Node 3 is tagged with:

profession1

So when User A logs in and goes to the view, they should see Node 1 and Node 2 only. I can't seem to achieve this in views. It's possible when there is just one vocabulary, but i can't seem to get it done when there are multiple vocabularies involved. Can anyone help without coding? Or perhaps I need to use code?

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You add a taxonomy field in user profile? –  Sumit Madan Jan 15 '13 at 5:02
    
Hi, this was 6 months ago now :), I used a work around of just having one taxonomy vocabulary instead of 3 - But yes I had a field in the user profile for the taxonomy –  Billy Jan 31 '13 at 23:07
    
I didn't recognize the date. Sry. :P –  Sumit Madan Feb 1 '13 at 3:57

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Did you try this using fields instead of taxonomy? I personally prefer using fields over taxonomy since fields are more flexible with views. In your case, if your site is still under development I suggest you to use fields and try out the same.

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Hi Sharan, Thanks for your response. In the end I just went for the one vocabulary and structured it accordingly. Thanks for the field suggestion, i'll keep that in mind for the future. –  Billy Sep 17 '12 at 15:10
    
Correct me if I am wrong...am thinking current user in relationships, and in filters using the users taxonomy field and matching it with the contents taxonomy. Comments? –  SGhosh Jan 24 '13 at 9:50

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