How can I add a empty editable column in a Pocket Query result

Hello, 

Does someone knows how can I allow users to add more information in a table created by Pocketquery by editing the next colunm?

or

How can I add the pocket query results in a simple Confluence table which the user could add information.

 

thanks 

Best Regards

Joao Flavio

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Hey Joao,

sorry that you didn't receive an answer yet. We have basically moved our support to our service desk for PocketQuery.

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Regarding your question:

I'm not quite sure if it's possible to achieve what you want.

So if you want the user to be able to edit the table and then also have this data stored in your database, you are out of luck. PocketQuery was designed to be a read-only tool. So it's just not intended to do this.

If you're just after the table though, what you could do, is just manually copy the table and add it as content into your page. Then everyone will be able to edit it.

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Should you encounter any other problems using PocketQuery, please don't hesitate to raise a ticket at our service desk.

Thank you for using PocketQuery!

Best regards,
Sven (Scandio)

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