I've created a Confluence page and added a Page Properties macro to it. I'm now creating a Page Properties Report based on the Page Properties macro. When I go to edit the Page Properties Report there is a field called 'Including Text' which I can use to filter the data I am looking for. The filter works for most text, but when I enter the text 'Deployed' it pulls back all data instead of just the data with the word 'Deployed' in it, any ideas?
For context, I've created a field called 'Release Status' which has the values "DRAFT", "PENDING RELEASE", "APPROVED FOR RELEASE", "DEPLOYED", and "ARCHIVED". It's to track the status of a release. I tried creating a dropdown list which I couldn't get to work and I tried creating a checkbox list but I couldn't get the filtering to work so I just use text for now.
Thank you for your reply! I did try using Table Filter but unfortunately the way I structured my Page Properties the column contained many values for other rows where I wanted to do a filter and selection for values in only one row - if that makes sense.
As an example above, I want to filter on values in column A, row 3. I was able to filter on column A but it would also bring back values in rows 1, 2, and 4. So in my Page Properties report I want to be able to say, show me all forms that have Apples in column A, row 3.
Not sure I understood how your PPR macro shows this properties...
Do you have multiple rows in each PP table? And how those 4 rows from PP are displayed in a row in PPR? Are they concatenated like "Blue Toyota Apples Country"?
Thank you for your responses! I think this is a case of I needed a couple days away from it and some help from an expert (you) that I was on the right path. I was able to get this to work this morning using the table filter.
I tried the table filter last week and couldn't get it to work but it works great today.
Thanks for your help!
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