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Old 03-02-2011, 05:22 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by chaley View Post
Once that is done, then to see the identifier in a custom column, use the new 'select' function, which is a generalized version of what you proposed. Something like {identifiers:select(goodreads_id)}.
Ahhh a new function, no wonder I couldn't spot that on the doc page. I figured you would put something more convenient than a write your own one in...

I have been trying to test this just with the isbn value column since I haven't set my goodreads id yet. I can do queries in the search bar like this:
identifiers:isbn:9781842320136

But when I put this as a custom column it displays as blank:
{identifiers:select(isbn)}
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