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Want to make sure I'm understanding the problem clearly -- you're seeing different counts of leads based on changing the position of filters and adjusting the logic rules accordingly?
From what I'm seeing, the logic rules are the same in your two examples.
However, I'm noticing that in the first, your Department-Type is Finance. In the second, Department-Type is Travel.
From one example to the next, you're selecting records from a different subset in the Department-Type field. Was this intentional or am I misunderstanding your trouble?
Thank you for your answer!
Hem, yes, sorry, I 've corrected it and I have the same count of leads in both smart lists now.
Actually I tried to simplify a smart list in this example because the issue I've had initially happened with a much longer smart list.
As I had different counts of leads between two smart lists with the same filters (I've checked that again after reading your answer!) but in different orders, I thought that the order of the filters changed the targeted leads (and as I got the wrong value when I tried it with the smaller smart lists above, I was sure of that :)
But later I've refreshed the initial smart list and I got a new lead count, the right one, the same as the second smart list. I am not sure about why that happened, because the smart list I refreshed was not marked as "cached"...
Anyway, my problem is solved now! Thank you very much