Hi @Chris Jackson ,
The Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app concentrates mostly to replace the tandem "Excel+Confluence", so that you don't need to switch between two separate systems: you can filter data, create pivots, perform calculations and create advanced graphs right in Confluence. The next big feature on our roadmap is to support Spreadsheets right in Confluence along with standard Excel formulas.
And the Handy Macros for Confluence app is related more to content formatting (Handy Status, Handy Date, Handy Button, Handy Tips) and Confluence workflow (Handy Tasks, Handy Reminders). The popularity of the app doesn't "depend" on the number of tables that are used within your Confluence - its macros work within plain text as well as within tables.
And I really can't say that our customers always buy this two apps as a bundle or request to combine any features.
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