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  • UPDATE: For anyone else who encounters this…

    It turns out, the first option DOES work. You can pass an array to a meta_value. HOWEVER, the operator ‘=’ does not work. Changing the compare to ‘IN’ works for my scenario. Final code:

    $people_array = array(73227,970674,17293);
    $args = array(
    	'taxonomy' => 'people',
    	'meta_query' => array(
    		  'key'     => 'person_id',
    		  'value'   => $people_array,
    		  'compare' => 'IN'
    $people = get_terms( $args );
  • Oh wait, scratch that. I had my meta_key and meta_value switched around. This gets me very close to a solution:

    function my_relationship_query_add_slug( $args, $field, $object ) {
    	$slug = get_field('tvi_slug', $object->ID); 
    	$args['meta_key'] = $slug;
    	$args['meta_value'] = 'THING HERE';
    	return $args;
    add_filter('acf/fields/relationship/query', 'my_relationship_query_add_slug', 10, 3);

    But “THING HERE” is what the user is entering (searching for). How do I capture that?

  • Oh thanks, yeah, I need the return. But this still doesn’t quite solve it…

    You added a meta_key, but that’s what the user is searching for. (Again, this in the admin. The user is trying to add a post in ACF Relationship by searching for a _slug.)

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