So that I can show the viewer the main core line items as a list at the top of the page.
So that the parent identifier can be linked as a quick access feature.
So that the viewer do not have to scroll down the large page of line items.
I think we're having a bit of difficulty understanding what it is you want. Could you maybe clarify a bit more?
It seems like you want three different things:
Thanks for your advice. I have tried to follow the instructions to add a table filter but I must be doing something wrong because I do not have the option to apply a filter to my table.
Perhaps I need to contact my administrator as I may not have the rights to create table filters.
So to confirm, you've installed the 3rd party add-on Table Filter and Charts, and now there's no option to apply? I've tagged the add-on vendor here so they can get back to you about your issue.
It is most likely me not doing something right. If we can connect via a weblink perhaps I could show and discuss with you what I would like to do with my table.
If you can just first confirm that you did install the 3rd party add-on I mentioned that provides this functionality, the vendor will be able to reach out to you in order to assist you with any issues you have with it.
I understand the confusion here. My suggestion was not to use the Jira Issues Macro, which is a completely different macro.
My suggestion was to install an add-on called Table Filter and Charts. This is a Paid Add-on and it requires a subscription. Have a look at the pricing for Server here. If you're on Cloud, the pricing is different. See Cloud Pricing.
You can start a Free Trial for this add-on if you're not sure you want to buy. To do so, go to your Confluence instance, click Find New Add-ons while in your Administration panel, and search for the name of the add-on there, Table Filter and Charts. You can start your new trial here.
Let me know if you have any trouble.
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