I'd like to add a link to an external website on a Confluence page using info from the same page to populate the link. Here's my example:
1. I have a table on a Confluence page with some data.
2. I want to use data for a specific cell in that table to generate a link that looks something like this: example.com/[table data].
Anyone know how to do this?
Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge.
Hi @Dave Lines ,
Here we have a list of use cases collected from our customers (conditional formatting, changing alignment, adding statuses, etc.) and the last one is your case - how to create clickable links from multiple text pieces from Confluence tables put together.
Please check this abstract: here you'll find an example with step-by-step screenshots.
There we use two tables to create links, but for you case the SQL query will be even more simple:
SELECT T1.'Name', T1.'Phone Number', T1.'City',
FORMATWIKI("[" + CONCAT("https://example.com/", T1.'City') + "]") AS 'Workspace',
FORMATWIKI("[The link|" + CONCAT("https://example.com/", T1.'City') + "]") AS 'Workspace 2'
Hope this helps your case.
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