No apology needed
I think perhaps I don't fully understand how groups work...the docs aren't particularly clear imho. And I'd consider myself pretty competent.
I'll try and outline what I want, may be better, and to help me wrap why head around it...
I'm using the following lists from Steven black....
Default pihole list (= Unified?)
Unified + Porn (≈ default + porn)
Unified + Fake news
Unified + Fake News + Porn
My understanding was each of these additional lists already included the as default pihole lists. (Unified from Steven Black)
I want the kids tablets to have, let's say full blocking, i.e. default, and fake news and porn.
Whereas other devices, just default, or just fake news.
When we speak about groups, do we refer to groups of devices, or groups of lists?
As I'm sure you can see from the debug, I was working on the premise that groups = lists, hence lists:
Fake news + Porn
So, if I understand correctly, the tables should be assigned to group 10 only, which will block all porn, fake news and the default domains.
And if I want to read fake news (hypothetically obvs), another device could have group 5 applied only. Which would block fake news domains + the default list (as this list = unified + fake news)
And the whitelist also needs applying to all groups to allow said domains through....
Which leads me to the obvious question...can this be done in 'bulk' or is it a 1 by 1 job via the admin GUI?