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Is there a bug in table sort/filtering?

Shachar Deutsch
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Apr 26, 2023

When I create a dynamic table in confluence, when clicking of any column of the table in the first line, the order of the table's line is sorted out according to the column, which is normal. But when I click on the second row in any one of the columns, it is doing the same sorting w/o me want it to do that. for the other lines it is not behaving like that. it seems that the table filtering macro has been applied on the second roline too, instead only be in the first row of the column's titles.
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Craig Nodwell
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Apr 26, 2023

Hi @Shachar Deutsch welcome to the community.  Check the table to see if you haven't set a second header in that column.

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