This function takes a list of objects, and produces a sub-list. It does that by plucking the key specified by key from each object in the input list, and putting those values into an output list. The list input must be a list of objects, this function doesn’t make sense for any other kind of list. The key input defines the key to pluck from each item; it can be a key name in the root of each item, or it can be a dot-delimited path that lets you specify keys in sub-objects. You must set the type of the values output list to be the type of the values at that key path; if you don’t set the type correctly, you will very likely encounter type mismatch errors when you execute your Flow.
- list (list of objects): The list to operate on. Must be a list of objects.
- key (text): The key to pluck from each input item. Can be a dot-delimited path.
- values: The output list. You must set the type of items in the list to match the type of the values at the key that path defines.
If list is
and key is
Then values (which should be set to list of text) is: