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Create a Table Macro

What is the template I would use to create a simple table macro? I'd like my users to be able to add a predefined table using the macro. Ideally the table would be created by clicking a button (HTML macro) then the table is added to the page.

The table will have 2 columns: Name & Description

Users will have to enter their responses in the 2nd row of the table.

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Craig Nodwell
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Oct 19, 2023

Hi @Aimee Quinn not sure about template, you need to write a user macro.  Here's a repo in github that has a bunch of great examples of how to do that.  The Risk Matrix macro is a perfect example of building a table using a macro.

Thanks, Craig!

Disregard....I see the code now (The Risk Matrix I'm seeing on the page looks like it's using Jira macro versus showing the coding to create a macro. Am I in the wrong spot?)

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