If that is the case, please make sure that you've successfully saved the changes after the creation of all the filters. When you don't save the changes, the filters are not shown for other users and disappear automatically after the refreshing of the page.
If the issue still remains, please raise a support ticket (attach the screenshots and the Page Storage Format: Upper right corner of the page -> ... -> View Storage Format).
But there is no native built-in filtering in Confluence, and your Table Filter macro is not on the standard macro list.
As I've mentioned before, the Table Filter macro is a part of the Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app.
Maybe there is any mistake in the macro name? Or maybe you use JQL filters inside your Jira Issues macro or something?
So you are using the Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app - the Table Filter, Pivot Table and Chart from Table are its macros.
I suggest creating a support request so that we can investigate your issue safely and not in public.
Attach the screenshots and the Page Storage Format to the ticket: Upper right corner of the page -> ... -> View Storage Format.
@Shyam Ganesh kandasamy , I've also got an idea that your problem may be in different languages for your users.
Jira Issues macro can translate several columns from English to something else.
The workaround may be to wrap your Jira Issues macro in the Table Transformer macro and use the following custom SQL query for your columns:
SELECT COALESCE(T1.'Key', T1.'Key in another language') AS 'Key',
COALESCE(T1.'Status', T1.'Status in another language') AS 'Status',
COALESCE(T1.'Summary', T1.'Summary in another language') AS 'Summary',
COALESCE(T1.'Another column', T1.'Another column in another language') AS 'Another column' FROM T1
So with the help of the Table Transformer macro your Jira Issues table columns will be always in English and your filters and pivots won't break.
You need to list all the columns you want to display in the SQL query.
You'll need to create the following nesting: Jira Issues macro (here you choose what columns you want to show) <- Table Transformer macro (here you list all the columns from the Jira Issues macro and translate them into English with the help of the custom SQL query) <- Table Filter macro (here you set user-friendly filters for the columns that will be only in English language).
And I've also checked with the support team - it seems that they didn't receive your issue yet.
I just reset the browser language to German and then set the filters again. And it is working now.
The problem was because the other users were using German as their browser language and I was using in German. And some how only few column headers are translated and not all.
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