Can the page properties report macro pull data from included pages that also have a page properties macro in them? I need the data from the included page, but I do not want it to be on a report row by itself, but part of the data on a parent row.
Hi @Tommy ,
As I understand, you have one big report created with the help of the Page Properties Report macro. And you need a second report based on the same Page Properties macros but not the full one - you don't want to collect the full row, you just need a part of the row (several cells).
If this is the case, then you'll need to create a second big report and hide the unwanted columns. As a step further, you may also filter the table to create a more precise report.
Unfortunately, Confluence doesn't provide such features, so you'll need additional apps to solve the case. For example, the Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app.
Wrap your Page Properties Report in the Table Filter macro and you'll be able to hide columns, filter your table and apply pagination if your report is a big one.
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