There are 5 filters you can use for matching part of a string
The first three filters (starts with, ends with, contains) match strings as you enter it. The ‘like’ filter is for advanced users - you can specify which type you want to use with % character:
A few notes for text filters:
A % character in the middle of the string has no special meaning. When using the ‘contains’ filter with my % string Mautic will search for a string with % in the middle. The same is true for the ‘like’ filter with %my % string% value. There is no need to escape this character.
You can use regular expressions in a regexp filter. Mautic recognises all common operators like | for OR (first string|second string), character sets ([0-9], [a-z0-9] etc.), repetitions (+, *, ?) and more. You have to escape special characters with \ if you want to use them as matching characters.
For more information about Regex: Learn more about regex here!