sorry, I probably explained that wrong. You missunderstood me in terms of values and widgets.
Let’s get down to some examples:
In case you have your own custom widget, you probably have the logic you custom widget is working with.
So you could use/alter this logic to build another widget/board view/integration etc. to do what you intend to do with the value you are looking for.
In case it’s not your widget, it gets tricky.
As long as values you are looking for are just simple projection of column-values. You can use GraphQL to filter those values and build an app which does what you want to do.
In case it’s not some simple read of boards data. Well yes I’m sorry to say that, you have to find your own solution to get this values.
This is probably what you understood.
If the widget displays data and saves that value somewhere you have access to, you can use that value.
Widgets in general are apps on their own as you know yourself, so it depends on developer, if he/she wants to share the logic or the values.
And excuse me please, that I described it so easily. It’s not in most cases.
Wish you some great holidays by the way.