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Page Properties Report Macro - How to display a table within the Reports table?

When using the "Page Properties Report Macro", we are trying to get the macro to display a table of data that each of the teams have filled out on their individual pages.  However, when we look at the report, most of the data is displaying correctly, but the table is only showing the first row of the data table we want to include. Is there any way to get the report to display the full table of data from each of the teams?

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Hi @Katharine.Keskikyla,
 

This is how the Page Properties/Page Properties Report macros work, they indeed collect only one-row tables.

If your company uses our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app, you may replace your macros with our Table Excerpt/Table Excerpt Include macros. They work similar to the standard macros (consider labels, provide page source metadata, etc.) but allow you to collect multiple-row tables.

Furthermore, you’ll be able to filter and aggregate the result table.

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