Ok, have you tried simply storing the column value directly within the variable and then wrapping in JSON as you pass to kaizala? Which also makes me wonder whether you need to store the column value in a variable at all and just simply pass the data directly? It’d be helpful to see your wider Flow configuration if you can’t just write the value in the variable and wrap in JSON later
Thanks, it’s gone 11pm here so will take a look tomorrow.
I’m not following why you are parsing the mult-line text column to a JSON array... can you explain why, and perhaps share some sample data from the multi-line text column so I can review?
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