Views is a powerful module that allows you to create all sorts of components. It can be used to create something simple such as a list of articles, or complex such as a carousel or even an embedded map.
The Views UI can be intimidating if you’re new to Drupal, but as you use the module, you’ll find bits of functionality hidden deep in the interface.
One feature I want to discuss, which may not be evident at first, is the ability to add Twig code into view a fields.
Adding Twig code into a field allows you to change a field’s output dynamically. Which can be helpful under certain circumstances.
To add Twig code or some HTML into a field, click on the field, expand “Rewrite results”, check “Override the output of this field with custom text” and add your code into the text area.