TheWirecutter's ItemList Schema

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Is anyone else using ItemList schema on their "Best X for Y" style posts?

I've noticed Wirecutter using it on some of their articles and they're somehow pulling in up-to-date Amazon and Walmart pricing as well in their schema: Structured Data Testing Tool: Wirecutter - Best Garden Pruners - https://search.google.com/structured-data/testing-tool#url=https%3A%2F%2Fthewirecutter.com%2Freviews%2Fbest-garden-pruners%2F

Are there any WordPress plugins that would make it easier to implement ItemList than hand coding it? All of the schema plugins I've looked at deal more with local business or ecommerce type stuff.
 

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I'm implementing schema this way now, I have all the prices etc stored in cutstom fields in WP.
 
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This is a drawcard for Gutenberg. One of my sites has a custom block that aside from having appropriate headings and formatting, also uses schema. It's a bit of work in the setup but foolproof when creating new buyers guides.
 
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Big disclaimer first, as I haven’t actually tried this myself, but perhaps it can be done with the help of WPSSO and the JSON-LD extention, in combination with AAWP.

The first two are used to create the JSON-LD output, and the second to grab the AWS data and then feeding it into WPSSO.*

*I should really look into this...
 

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I look for a method using Advanced Custom Fields but couldn't find anything.
It's not different from any other use of ACF really. Any specific things you're stuck on?