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Optimize and manage conditional content

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    3. Configure output presets for conditional content
    4. Optimize and manage conditional content
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Learn how to add, edit, rename, and delete various elements used to create conditional content and generate the conditions report.

Learn how to optimize conditional content by managing condition tags, condition expressions, and dynamic content filters. Check out the steps to generate the conditions report.

Manage condition tags

You can add, edit, delete, and change the group of a condition tag.

  1. In the Author toolbar, click the Condition Tags icon.

  2. To add a tag, see Add a condition tag.

  3. To edit a tag:

    1. From the Condition Tags panel, double-click the condition tag that you want to edit. Alternatively, right-click a condition tag and choose Edit.
    2. In the Edit Condition Tag dialog box, modify the tag group, tag name, and background and text colors as required.
    3. Click Done. Changes made to the condition tag are saved.
  4. To delete a tag:

    1. From the Condition Tags panel, right-click a condition tag and click Delete
    2. In the Confirm dialog box, click Yes to confirm the deletion. The condition tag is deleted.
  5. To change the group of a tag:

    In the Condition Tags panel, tags (such as Developer and Adventure) and their respective groups (such as, Audience and Others) appear as shown in the image:

    To change the group of a condition tag, drag it from its current group and drop it under the target group.

    In the target group, the newly added tag is listed in alphabetical order.

  6. To save the changes, click the Save icon in the standard toolbar.

Manage condition expressions and dynamic content filters

Manage condition expressions

  1. Click the Output tab at the left side of the Standard toolbar.

    The Output view opens.

  2. In the Output toolbar, click the Condition Expressions icon.

  3. To add/configure an expression, see Configure condition expressions and dynamic content filters.

  4. To edit an expression:

    1. In the Condition Expressions panel, do one of the following:
      1. Double-click the expression.
      2. Select the expression and choose Options () > Edit.
    2. In the expression editor panel, do the following as required:
      1. Add or remove condition tags.
      2. Modify the operators - Include/Exclude and AND/OR
  5. To rename an expression, in the Condition Expressions panel, select the expression and choose Options () > Rename.

  6. To delete an expression, in the Condition Expressions panel, select the expression and choose Options () > Delete.

  7. To save the changes, click the Save icon in the standard toolbar.

Manage dynamic content filters

  1. Click the Output tab at the left side of the Standard toolbar.

    The Output view opens.

  2. In the Output toolbar, click the Filters icon.

  3. To add/configure a dynamic content filter, see Configure condition expressions and dynamic content filters.

  4. To edit a filter:

    1. In the Filters panel, do one of the following:
      1. Double-click the filter.
      2. Select the filter and choose Options () > Edit.
    2. In the filter editor panel, do the following as required:
      1. Modify filter groups.
      2. Add or remove condition tags.
  5. To delete a filter, in the Filters panel, select the filter and choose Options () > Delete.

  6. To save the changes, click the Save icon in the standard toolbar.

Generate the conditions report

For information about generating reports, including the condition tags report, see Generate reports.

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