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Has anyone found a way to format the Page Properties Report? I have been collating properties from a large number of pages into a page properties report but it has a table structure that has no formatting.
I've even tried wrapping other macros around the table in a bid to get some vertical lines into the report, with little success.
Has anyone managed to get a Page Properties Report to output in a standard table format, this would probably be the same for a Task List, JIRA query results etc?
Hi @[deleted] ,
Here you don't need to change anything and just leave the default SQL query "SELECT * FROM T*".
And here is how your Jira Issues table will be looking after the page is published:
If you need more formatting (not only cells boarders but to set column width, use conditional formatting, etc.), you may check this part of our documentation.
I do have that app and applied this and it works perfectly !!!
BTW I love your app - it would be awesome if in table transformer there was a way to create a pagination feature (have a number of lines to display and a next page feature) otherwise great !!!
Note that we do have a pagination feature - it is placed inside the Table Filter macro.
So you may have the following sequence: source table <- Table Transformer (for transformation/formatting) <- Table Filter (for pagination, you may also hide the filtering options if you don't need to filter this table).