Filtering and sorting based on second table row

I want to create a rather large table consisting of several topics/categories each with a number of sub-items. I am able to create the table and add custom filters, etc.


However, since filtering and sorting expects the headings to be in the first row, I was not able to add a different first row with merged cells and a category headline. This makes the table rather difficult to work with.


Is there a possibility to add a first row with the categories and shift the filtering and sorting options to the second row?

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The Table Plus macro in Bob Swift's Advanced Tables for Confluence plugin can do this. Add the macro to the page, put your table inside the macro, and then put 2 in the heading rows option.

For more on the capabilities, see the plugin's documentation here.

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