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I want to show two content types (A and B) in one view. 'A' has a relationship with a taxonomy term 'foo', 'B' doesn't have this relationship. So the relationship isn't required. However when I use a field from 'foo' as a filter in the filter criteria no nodes of content type B are shown, the nodes of content type A are shown correctly.

Is it possible to configure the view such that it doesn't look at the filter with the referenced field for nodes of content type B?

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Thanks!

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Yes, you want to use Grouped Filters in Views. In the View UI, there's an Add/Or, Rearrange option next to the Filter Criteria section.

This allows you to create a complex grouping of filters. To use an example that matches your conditions, here's a setup using Drupal's Standard installation with Basic Page/Article nodes and Tags taxonomy that's exclusive to Article:

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  • I didn't know this views feature, heh, just when you think you know it all. – No Sssweat Jul 24 '16 at 6:50
  • Thanks for the comment, but I already tried this. It doesn't seem to work. – mlippie Jul 27 '16 at 18:35

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