Filter not picking up all custom fields

Hi there,

I’m trying to set up a filter between Moxie and Mailerlite to check whether someone has consented to be added to my email list. I have 3 custom values in my Moxie form (as per below screenshot) and need to pick up #3 in my filter

While the filter options shows the details of the consent custom value I want (as per second screenshot below),


When I select the filter condition, it only gives me custom value 1 (Service), so the filter keeps failing.

How do I select the correct filter condition I’m after? Thank you!

P.S. this was previously working as intended a few weeks ago.

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Sure thing. Please find attached

  1. Screenshots of module fields and filters

  2. Scenario blueprint
    blueprint (2).json (8.3 KB)

  3. Output bundle
    Bundle Output.txt (7.0 KB)
    (Please note: the input bundle has nothing in it)

Hope this covers everything needed :slight_smile:

1. Filter incorrect

I think your filter is incorrect,

You are comparing the variable mappingKey to

Yes, you are welcome to add me to your email

but the value coming from the webhook is


So it will never allow the bundle through

2. Get specific collection from an array

You need to change your filter 1. customValues[ ]: mappingKey to

{{ first(map(1.customValues; "value"; "mappingKey"; "marketing-consent")) }}

This means that you want to get the “value”, where “mappingKey” is equal to “marketing-consent”. The map function returns an array, so you want to get the single/first item by using the first function.

For more information on how to map values within arrays, see Mapping with arrays below

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Thank you @samliew! That was the bit I couldn’t figure out


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