The only thing with splitting it that way is that JSON doesn’t necessarily need to be structured with everything in a certain order. I mean, the hierarchy matters, but the order of items within a node could be in any order because each piece of data is qualified by name. If the json layout is stable, then you are pretty safe assuming the positions of each piece of data, but I wouldn’t assume that, as a json object could be updated in the future to include or exclude data. The only difference to what I was pointing out to Robert, is that jq query lets you specify which one (or possibly more) parts of the object you need. David’s other JSON Transformation column also lets you specify which parts you need, so you don’t have to rely on the structure of the JSON object always being the same. You just directly specify what you need out of that object and it will be returned, without relying on positions of everything in the json string.