Hey @roadsunknown – thank you a lot for reaching out to us, as well as for providing all the details.
To me it looks like this is an issue with Integromat. Have you tried to simply set up the scenario again?
If I try to use a key from meta_data like [meta_data][first_name] the result is empty.
In regards to that part of the message, not sure if this actually is an issue here, but since arrays always start with 0, you might want to try [meta_data][first_name] in case you call that somewhere as a mapping.
By default, we send the data over as is – how Integromat handles this data is up to them, but within our payload, everything should be given.
I hope this helps so far. If you have further questions on that, feel free to let me know. 🙂
Integromat uses the key  as the first in an array (yes, confusing for devs but I guess not for the non-coder).
The odd thing is I have recreated the scenario (no luck). I do have a previous scenario that does display the [user_meta] data but it only appeared AFTER a real record was sent. When just the “Send Demo” test is sent, no [user_meta] so I think it might be an issue with the “Send Demo” record that is used to first define the data structure on the webhook module not including [user_meta].
Can you confirm when “Send Demo” is sent, it includes the definition for [user_meta]?
I tested “Send Demo” on Zapier to compare against Integromat. Zapier also does not receive the array for [user_meta] but it does populate [meta_data].
Hey @roadsunknown – thank you for the details, I can confirm that this is an issue. Within our “Send Demo”, we are sending over the data with the key meta_data instead with user_meta. I will provide a fix for that with our next version.
Thank you a lot again for the debugging and your time.
If you need anything else, feel free to reach out again at any time. 🙂
Hey @roadsunknown – I hope you are doing well. Since within the review you wrote within our plugin, you mentioned that the issue was solved, I’m also going ahead and mark this ticket task as resolved too.
In case you have any additional questions in regards to this topic, feel free to ask at any time, we’re happy to help! 🙂