I was using the version history macro and was wondering if there is a way that not all the latest versions and little changes will be displayed, but only the most important. That means I would like to filter the versions to get a "sub-versioning".
Hi @Leon Heinz ,
We can suggest using our app - Table Filter and Charts for Confluence.
Its Table Filter macro works with the Change History macro perfectly well - just wrap it into the Table Filter macro body and filter your versions by assignees (dropdown filter), dates (date filter), comments (free text filter).
Our app supports all the dynamic Confluence macros (Page Properties Report, Jira Issues, Change History, etc.), so your filtered information will be always up-to-date.
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