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Hiding rows in a table?

Hi all, 


I was wondering if it was possible to hide certain rows in a table on confluence? For our action log we have several rows and i wanted to hide the rows, in which the actions are 'completed' so we can focus on the actions in progress. I was wondering if there is a way to do this maybe with a macro or something else? Any guidance is much appreciated.




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Ditte Simard
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Apr 30, 2023

Hi Marvo!  I would recommend that you check out Stiltsoft's "Table Filter and Charts for Confluence" macro (  I use it myself and any table you create on a confluence page will automatically become filterable.  :)

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May 01, 2023

Hi @Marvo Barker ,

Indeed as @Ditte Simard has kindly mentioned, our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app and its Table Filter macro will do the trick.

But filtration is only one of the multiple functions that are provided by our add-on. Please book a live demo - we'll be happy to show more.

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