I'd like to sort table of pages (in alphabetical order by name) created with Content Report Table. Currently the pages are sorted in creation order (newest to oldest), how can I change that?
It's not possible to sort the pages in alphabetical order by name using the Content Report Table.
We do have a feature request for it here: CONFCLOUD-31438 - Content Report Table macro should have sorting parameter.
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The corresponding jira issue also indicate that it's at least possible to sort explicitly ("... if we do not explicitly sort by the page title column"), but I can not find any way to sort the table in neither edit-mode or view-mode..
Reading https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/Can-I-sort-table-created-by-quot-Content-Report-Table-quot/qaq-p/746933#M115332 I think the feature has been nerfed at some point :/
@Ole Jørgen as @Andrey Khaneev _StiltSoft_ has mentioned before, wrap the Content Report Table macro into the Table Filter macro provided by the Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app and apply the required sorting.
And here is a short 2-minute video tutorial how to aggregate (create pivots) and visualize your reports based on the Content Report Table macro.
Yes, it is. It works both with plain manually created tables and with Confluence macros that return data in a tabular format (Content Report Table, Page Properties Report), so you'll be able to apply sorting (filtering, pagination, etc.) to such tables as well.
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