Splitting collections out from the array

Dear all,
I have this array aggregator with this content.
It consists of 15 collections. Each collection consist of “task_content”.

I want to extract all these seperately and independently of each other. Meaning, I want to use say 1.task_content for module ABC, and 11.task_content for mobile EDF down the road. So I guess iterator wouln’t work as I would be left with 15 items. I just want them by themselves :slight_smile:

Appreciate any help.

You should just be able to use the get() function to do this. You can do get(array; 1.task_content) and that should work


Each of your array elements can be accessed via the array index

Array[1] will get you the first element (also the first() array function will do that).

If you share your bundle output here as JSON, I could show you a few ways to use the output in various modules.

If you iterate the Array array then what will happen is all the modules behind the iterator will run once per each collection, and you may (or may not) want that. An iterator is a loop that is driven off the contents of the array being iterated.


Thanks for all your input. However, I am still not able to fish out the array. :frowning: Not sure what I do wrong. I have included another picture of the bundle. The array aggregator output contains all the bundles (with collections).

Included picture of the flow

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