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How to filter levels by numbers, for example, picking all levels whose level number begins with the number 1.
Using "1*" in the number column to filter your levels will not work as this is seen as an expression. But you can user number specification in sequential groups. For example to filter all levels beginning with the number one you could set your filter for the following:1*,10-19,100-199This will pick up all levels beginning with one included number in the series specified. This would include all the level numbers in the tens series, hundred series and so on.
When exporting the levels and filters to a .csv file, with the intention to import these in new file, please make sure that before importing the columns, specifically for the filters line up.Due to the comma used as a separator in level filters, as well as in the .csv file, it is advised to group the filter columns and make them behave as one entry by putting double quotes around the group.So in the above example, open the .csv using a text editor and change: 1*,10-19,100-199 into: "1*,10-19,100-199"