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I want to export a confluence table into excel. I have tried 'Export to CSV' option

Export Confluence table that has merged cells into CSV or excel. I have tried the 'Export to CSV' option. That does not help in exporting merged cells.

I cannot buy/add any paid plugins in corporate.

can you help me?

Regards

Sandhya

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Hi @Sandhya Srinivasan,

As usual, we recommend our own app - Table Filter and Charts for Confluence. But import/export of tables in the CSV format is just one of its capabilities besides filtering, creating pivots, generating charts, performing calculations, etc. So, this add-on is a paid one.

But you can browse the Marketplace for simple free apps related only to export. For example, I've found the Table Exporter for Confluence that is free and supports Cloud hosting.

And, of course, you can always try copy/paste, but it is not a very convenient workaround for big tables.

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Sharon Tan Community Manager Apr 30, 2021
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It's a Community issue - copy the link and paste it directly to the browser address bar.

Is this still working? I have errors in the console in Chrome / Edge

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Sep 27, 2020

In the past I have just copied and pasted the cells into Excel when I have had issues and this has worked for me.  Have you tried that yet?

Ditto, this works for me too.

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I used the Table Capture extension from the Chrome website which works perfectly for my requirement. Hope it helps someone :)

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