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Confluence table spreadsheet recalculation

I have a wiki page in confluence which include a table spreadsheet macro, I put NOW() in one cell to indicate current date & time, I would like to recalculate this formula every 1 minute to reflect current timestamp, is it doable? 

3 answers

Hello Lin,

Thanks for using our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app!

Please note it is not possible to implement your use case in Table Spreadsheet. Reloading the page will not also refresh the current date & time.

The spreadsheets are saved as attachments to the Confluence page. Therefore, the data do not refresh live, they stay as entered and saved into the spreadsheet.

Best regards,


Hi @lin min,

Here is an update from our team: now the Table Spreadsheet macro recalculates all the dates automatically after you reload the page.

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Hi @lin min 

You can use our Excellentable spreadsheet app. You will be able to use the same formulas as your regular spreadsheet.

However, in the view mode you will have to refresh the page to get the new time.


Regards, Shardul 

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Dominic Lagger Community Leader Jul 25, 2022

Hi @lin min 

I don't think this is possible, you would have to reload the whole page.

Regards, Dominic

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