This article might be helpful when creating the queue rules, and you are wondering which operator might be the best one to use.
|This operator looks for an exact match and will evaluate each comma-separated value separately - the commas serve as OR statements.
|It looks for an exact match to the entire string in Value and cannot accept separate values by comma.
|Less than - primarily used to match numbers
|Less than or equal to
|Greater than or equal to
It takes the string from the rule value to match against any field part of the field value.
The rule accepts only one value. If you add a comma-separated list of possible values, it will treat that list as one single string to be matched against the field value.
If you want to use the operators contains/not contains against multiple values, then use the operators containsAnyOf/containsNoneOf - more details below.
|Looks for the full string in Value from start to end and cannot be used with commas - commonly used for numbers that contain commas, such as "5,000"
|Same behavior as startsWith, but can be used with comma-separated lists - the commas serve as OR statements
|Not equal to [blank]
|Equal to [blank]
|Contains an operator that allows for comma-separated values
|Not Contains operator that allows for comma-separated values (i.e., email not contains gmail.com, yahoo.com, aol.com)