How to make webhook return a full table in text

Hi, right now I’m trying to make a webhook send a players username, chest id, item amount, and items
but when ever I try making it send a table it only returns 1 item when they’re multiple in the the table.

how would I go make it send the whole table instead of one?

local url = 'my url'
local httpservice = game:GetService('HttpService')
local chest = script.Parent.Parent.Parent
local alreadylogged = {}
local itemloot = {} -- this is where it stores the item data
local parentgui = chest:WaitForChild(chest.Name)
local corroitem = game.ReplicatedStorage.itemlootchest:WaitForChild(parentgui.Name)
for number, item in corroitem:GetChildren() do -- this gets chest item and adds it
	table.insert(itemloot, item)

	if not table.find(alreadylogged, plr) then
		local data = {
			['embeds'] = {{
				['title'] = "Chest opened || item amount: "..script.Parent.Parent.Parent.numberofitems.Value,
				['description'] = "A chest has been opened by "..plr.Name.." || player id:"..plr.UserId,
				['url'] = ""..plr.UserId.."/profile", -- gets player pfp link

				['fields'] = {
					['name'] = "chest id: ",
						['value'] = chest.Name, -- this gives the chest id
					['name'] = "items ",
						['value'] = tostring(table.unpack(itemloot)) -- problem 
		local finaldata = httpservice:JSONEncode(data)
		httpservice:PostAsync(url, finaldata)

To make a Discord webhook return a full table as text in a Roblox game, you can use the HttpService to send a message to the webhook with the table encoded as a JSON string. Here is an example of how you can do this:
And im not going to write the whole system since you can do it on your own cause you got the basics.

local HttpService = game:GetService("HttpService")
local webhookUrl = "YOUR_WEBHOOK_URL" -- replace this with the URL of your Discord webhook

-- define the table you want to send
local data = {
  key1 = "value1",
  key2 = "value2",
  key3 = {
    subkey1 = "subvalue1",
    subkey2 = "subvalue2"

-- convert the table to a JSON string
local jsonData = HttpService:JSONEncode(data)

-- create the payload for the webhook request
local payload = {
  content = jsonData -- the message to send to Discord

-- send the request to the webhook
local response = HttpService:PostAsync(webhookUrl, HttpService:JSONEncode(payload))
print(response) -- print the response from the webhook to the output

This code defines a table called data , which contains a mix of string and table values. It then uses the HttpService:JSONEncode function to convert the table to a JSON string, which can be sent as the message in the webhook request. Finally, it sends the request to the webhook using the HttpService:PostAsync function, passing in the webhook URL and the payload as arguments.

When the webhook receives the request, it will send a message to the Discord channel with the contents of the table as text. The table will be formatted in a way that is easy to read and understand, with indentation indicating the structure of the table.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions or need further help.