The simplest way to embed your pivot into a Confluence page is to copy/paste it.
But if your pivot tables are rather big, it is more convenient to use special apps to import them into Confluence and/or import your source tables into Confluence and create pivots right there.
For example, you may try our app - Table Filter and Charts for Confluence.
Option 1. Save your pivot as a .csv file and use the Table from CSV macro to import you table into Confluence.
Option 2. Import your source table into Confluence with the help of the Table from CSV macro, wrap it in the Pivot Table macro and create different pivots right in Confluence.
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