hey enias, your suggestions helped me , was running in similar things. @einas.ibrahim wrote: Hello @takushimozuru The issue is not in the "Applies To" area. According to the implementation, you are using dimensions where probably you need to. When you add 2 dimensions to a module what you are essentially saying is ..... There is a value in each intersection of the 2 lists for example: List A A1 A2 List B B1 B2 If you add these 2 dimensions to a module then the expectation is there is a meaningful value for each the following combinations A1 B1 A1 B2 A2 B1 A2 B2 I can vaguely understand what you are trying to accomplish, and it is clear that the 3 lists don't work together in the way expected. There is a lot of sparsity - empty cells- which tells me the intersection between the 2/3 lists doesn't have a value. My guess is List B could be changed to an attribute or so.usps tracking usps tracking Could you please elaborate further on the use of the lists and what is the business issue/case you are trying to implement and what is the expected outcome? This way we can guide you to the best design.
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