Quick postgres tip.

If you have a JSONB column named “options” and it has a key “favorite_color”.

Here is an example on how you select the value from it:

SELECT options->'favorite_color' FROM table_name;

Filter by a jsonb value:

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM table_name WHERE (options @> '{"favorite_color":"blue"}');

If you’re doing this in Rails, here’s an example with ActiveRecord.

YourModel.where('options @> ?', { favorite_color: 'blue' }.to_json)

To learn more, take a look at this post: What can you do with PostgreSQL and JSON?