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Show data in table if checkbox is checked

Hello all,

I would like to know if it is possible to create a table (table1) whose content is automatically transferred to another table (table 2). However, this should only happen if a checkbox is checked in table 1, which provides the data. Otherwise, the content should not show up in the dynamic table 2. I am not a developer, so please excuse my amateurish way of expressing myself :)

Thanks in advance for your answers.

Best regards

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Hello @buchhaltung_die-besserwisser_de ,

Please try our Table Excerpt(Include) macros to reuse your table on the current page or another one first. Then wrap your source table (Table Excerpt Include) with the Table Filter macro and specify the checkbox filter:

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Katerina
Stiltsoft

This is definitely possible using Javascript, and in just a few lines, but if you are not a developer, then this would not be simple.  If you have a DOM/Javascript developer at your disposal, then explain it to them, and also explain that you can embed javascript into a Confluence page using the HTML macro, and to use the following event to trigger anything that they want to happen after the page loads:

AJS.$(window)

I hope that is helpful.

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