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I have very long table with 2 columns:
|Column A||Column B|
|Word 1||Blahblah 1|
|Word 2||Blahblah 2|
|Word 3||Blahblah 3|
|Word 4||Blahblah 4|
I'd like to hide it and instead ask the user to type a word in a box to search for the matching row. If the user types
Word 3, then they'll see
How can I do that in a wiki page in Confluence?
Hello @Franck Dernoncourt ,
A. Wrap your table in Table Filter:
B. Add necessary filters:
C. Hide all rows of the table when filters are not used:
D. Protect your macro from changes by users in the page view mode:
As a result, the users will see the following when entering the page:
And entering the value from Column A in the filter panel they will see the value from Column B in the table: