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For example, I have a list with multi-level pull-down menu, I need to select the "Tool" first,
And then it will show the version in "Version"
Here is the Tools version.
I can make it in Excel, but I don't know how to make it in confluence template.
Hi @Tieria Chen,
We can suggest trying the app that we develop – Table Filter and Charts for Confluence.
Its Table Spreadsheet macro will do the trick with a multi-level dropdown, please check the screenshots below:
To use the file as a template, you may export it in the .tfss format. Later on, you (or your colleagues) will be able to insert the Table Spreadsheet macro wherever you need, import this .tfss file and fill your tables.
Thank you for the answer, it seems great, but it will have cost. Is it possible to use the macro or built-in function of confluence?
I'm afraid it is not possible out of the box. As far as I know, you can use variables in the templates but you won't be able to create dependent dropdowns.