I have a SharePoint List which has columns of data such as Code, Description, Created Date. This List is an editable one which can be managed in such a way that through UI, I can create a new record or edit an already existing one.
How do I achieve this in Confluence?
How can I achieve the above mentioned by embedding JIRA on to Confluence?
I also need this feature in Confluence. We had SharePoint before in our organization but we're migrating to Confluence. And many of us can't fulfill this important requirement.
Lists are important in record creation which is essential in organization sites. What we have in Confluence (at least the default setup) is just a glorified Notepad where we add columns and rows. Then each time we add a record, we add a row.
Unlike in SharePoint, we can create a list. We can define the fields needed, define which fields are required, its data type (text field, text area, radio, check boxes, etc.).
Once we have records in the list, we can also create a View to filter fields that should not be available to all. Like for example:
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