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Possibility to save the output of a macro - e.g. "Page Properties Report Macro"

I'm searching for a possibility to archive the output of a macro, at a certain time.

Something like: Click on a button in confluence, and the output of a defined macro will be saved/archived on a new page. 

The only workaround I currently have is to export everything as a PDF.

Has someone an idea for me? Are there any options?

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Hi @Thomas Siegl ,

If your company uses our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app (it's free for Cloud 1-10 users), you may export your Page Properties Report manually in the CSV format with the help of our macros.

Then you'll be able to use the Table from CSV macro and recreate your tables on Confluence pages using these CSV files. The recreated tables will look as native Confluence tables, besides you'll be able to filter and aggregate them as well.

Hi,

Thanks for the answer - Unfortunately still too many manual steps. :-)

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