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Why use the Range of Values condition instead of Part of a Segment when creating a score?
Why use the Range of Values condition instead of Part of a Segment when creating a score?
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Written by Chris Moen
Updated over a week ago


The Range of Values condition enables you to add and prioritize multiple values for a field while incorporating an 'or' function within the condition.
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For instance, let's consider the Industry field: with the Range of Values condition, you can score on Internet Software & Services, Software, and Professional Services, giving each value a ranking based on its importance. Conversely, if you use Part of a Segment, you would need to create a separate condition for each value, which results in an 'and' scoring function rather than an 'or.'
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As an example, if a potential customer fits the Internet Software & Services industry and you use the Part of a Segment condition, they would get a score of 100 for that condition and a score of 0 for the other two. This would lead to an inaccurate total score, as two of the score conditions wouldn't be met.

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