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Is there a macro where two tables can be updated together?

I have different projects on one space, and each has their own page with an action item tracker in table form. I want to consolidate the trackers into one program tracker, while also keeping them separate. Is there a way that if a tracker is updated on the project page, that it can also update the consolidated tracker on the program page?

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Hi @Randi Ortega,

We can suggest trying our app that is Table Filter and Charts for Confluence and its Table Excerpt/Table Excerpt Include macros.

The macros work similar to the Page Properties/Page Properties Report macros, but allow you to collect multiple-row table into one big, combined report.

As you update your source tables, the master table is updated as well.

Furthermore, you’ll be able to filter your report with the help of the Table Filter macro. The macro “understands” empty and checked checkboxes as well.

Maybe you’ll be interested in a live demo session – please book a suitable time slot here.

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