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A Built-in solution for a simple searchable DB (rows, columns)?

My work hosts Confluence and we simply want a single page where we can add columns and rows (or attach a searchable xls, etc) that is collapsible or hidden until you search for something. Then upon search, it shows anything row that contains the search criteria. We are limited on what externally created. We don't want the search to search all our Confluence site, just whatever is in the page we created. Simple.

I feel like there should be an obvious macro that I'm just missing...

If there isn't, any third party solutions would  be welcomed we could research, would just prefer to keep it with included Confluence functionality.

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Dave Mathijs Community Leader Dec 16, 2022

Hi @Cameron Pehl welcome to the Atlassian Community!

First of all, Confluence is not a database, nor a spreadsheet.

If you're looking for more possibilities like filtering etc., then you might want to try out Atlassian Marketplace app Table Filter and Charts for Confluence

If your focus is on search, then have a look at the Livesearch Macro

I think "Table Filter and Charts for Confluence" would probably do the trick... Yah, to your point we use Confluence for a lot of stuff. This was a one-off "hmm I wonder if we could" type question.

Anyways, I'll take a look at that app and go from there. Appreciate it!

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Not sure if it fits the bill, but there is this interesting app that may be a good solution to your use case:

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