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Can I have a filter applied in a Jira table exported on in Confluence page?

Can I have a filter applied in a Jira table exported on in Confluence page?


I have a confluence page which has a Jira table being displayed showing certain selected fields. Is there an option in Confluence to apply filter on this Jira table on a selected field/column?

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Katerina Kovriga {Stiltsoft}
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May 21, 2021

Hi @B Neha ,

To filter your Jira Issues macro right on the Confluence page (not with the JQL inside the macro body) you'll need to use additional apps, for example, Table Filter and Charts for Confluence.

Its Table Filter macro works with dynamically changing macros such as Jira Issues, Page Properties Report, etc. perfectly well and allows you to filter your data:

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Here is also a short two-minute video how to combine the Jira Issues macro and our app.

Hope this may help your case.

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