@bottled_anarchy So there are a couple ways you could approach this. I will go through two examples, but I made a few assumptions.
- There will always only be 2 items in the nest list within the object
- There should be a simple space between the two items
Both solutions assume you will have an output somewhere in your workflow that has the data of the object you outlined. Then in output space you see where it says “Enter key name here”. This is where you can type in the key of the item in the object and specify the type.
Once you have done that you can also build the “nested” object like the sample you provided. In the screenshot below I basically have constructed the object you mentioned.
Once you have the output built as the data is going to come through you have a few options based on the assumptions made above.
You can use two “List At” functions and convert each of their outputs to “text” and then combine them in a compose.
The second option is to use “List to Text” where you can specify what value will separate each item in the list. So if you click in the “separator” spot and hit “spacebar” you are essentially telling the function to insert a space between each item in the list.
Again both of these solutions could work, but each has a different value. I think these should cover your use case, but let us know if it does not.