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Hi @Yusuke Maki,
As I see the Table Filter macro on your screenshot, I assume that you have our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app installed for your instance.
If you needed to display dates in a consecutive way, the Table Transformer macro might help you. Please check this Community thread for an example.
But as you need to exclude Saturdays, Sundays and maybe some other holidays as I see on your screenshot and display other columns as well, I can suggest using the Table Spreadsheet macro to create your table. Seems that Excel-like date formulas will simplify your case.
Hello @Yusuke Maki ,
As I know there is no way to do this with out-of-box features.
This can be achieved using custom approaches like scripting or custom apps where you control how to set the page body and yu can prepare HTML with many dates as you need.