If you have data on two separate Lists that needs to be merged, use the "Combine Lists" action to merge these Lists into a new Master List or Subset List (depending on the types of Lists being combined). 

Combining Lists

If you select two or more Lists on the Lists page, the “Combine Lists” button becomes active (simply press the check next to each List you wish to combine). Now, if you press the “Combine Lists” button, a new dialog box will open. This dialog box will list the names of the two Lists, along with their respective types and item counts. At this point, you can specify the new List Name and choose a List Type for the combined list. After completing these steps, confirm the List combination by pressing “Combine." The new list will now appear on the Lists page.

Combining Master Lists

When you combine multiple Master Lists, every field from all of the Master Lists will be preserved in the new Master List. Previously, only fields that existed in all Lists would be preserved, but that restriction is now removed in v1.3 of Eventene. Please note that when two identical fields are merged, they system will take the first value for the new List.

Combining Segmented Lists - Same Master List

If you combine multiple Segmented Lists that are all subsets of the same Master List, a new Segmented List will be created that uses all of the rule sets from the original Segmented Lists.

Combining Segmented Lists - Different Master Lists

Currently, combining Segmented Lists from different Master Lists is not supported. If you need to combine Segmented Lists from different Master Lists, you can first combine the respective Master Lists and use rules to create a Segmented List from the resulting new Master List.

Combining Master and Segmented Lists

If you combine a mix of Master Lists and Segmented Lists, Eventene will create a new Master List from the original Master Lists. However, it will not combine the Segmented Lists in the new List.