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webbrewer
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Which dynamic element to use in a condition that checks content type?

Content type name? id? Or just "content type"? None seem to be working for me. Why isn't this documented somewhere we can find?

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Expiscornovus
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Hi @webbrewer,

 

I would use the Content Type Id field. This is a unique identifier.

 

1. The Content type Id field should be listed.

 

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2. You can use an is equal to the id.

This example is the Event Item Content Type btw.

contenttypeid_condition.png

Thanks - content type name seems to work and is easier than having to look up the id. 😀

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