I have a view with fields used as filters and exposed to user in a dropdown. They are "grouped" in the filter section. These fields are boolean.

I can't get them to work together. It's working if I set a single one which "starts with" O or 1. As soon as a add a second condition, there is no result.

A wonder if there is any rule to concatenate the values of the filters (like 0,1,0,0 or 0010) but none of my shoots in the dark made it.

In other words, how do I make combined boolean exposed filters to work ?

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    I don't believe Grouped Filters do what you think they do. Grouped Filters are used to group multiple values of a single field into one displayed value to the end user. They are not used to group the values from multiple fields into a single filter. An example would be if I had a number field, let's call it Rating, that allowed entering values from 1 to 10. Normally, if I'm using an Exposed, dropdown filter for the field, this would be output to the user as a select list, with 10 separate options: 1, 2, 3, etc, 10. – sonfd Jan 12 at 17:55
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    However, if I use the grouped option, I can group these values together to form a different select list. It may be that I want to display all Low Ratings as one select option (anything 4 and below), all Average Ratings as a second option (values 5-8), and Exceptional Ratings (values 9 and 10) as a third option. As you can imagine, your examples for a boolean field wouldn't make much sense.. There's no reason to have a filter option that is met if the field's value is False or True or False or False. – sonfd Jan 12 at 17:55

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