The example below shows creating an audience of users who have viewed technology content or whose content description contains technology and users who have visited one of the gjirafa pages, during the last 2 weeks. In this case all the tags entered will be separated by the OR operator in order to match at least one of the specified tags.
The example below shows creating an audience of users who haven't visited a page that referes to gjirafa.com, in the last 2 months, at least 10 times. When using the wasn't performed you negatively target users by refering to an event that users haven't done. In this case all the parameters change their state to the negate condition operator or the opposite of the defined condition, also tags entered are separated by the AND operator. This means that the statement will only capture the fields which have another value than what is defined.
The example below shows creating an audience of users who have performed an event at most 2 times, during the last 3 days, and filtering them using a custom parameter(a parameter that is not predefined but can be defined by the user). When using the custom parameter you should specify the name of the parameter, in this case currency and the values it can have.