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Tables and Searching

I am building a table that will house a list of blog posts. I am hoping there's a way for me to enable a search feature of the table itself, so that people don't have to search the entire table for a blog they want, since it will have many many rows. 

 

Also, is there a way for me to make my table multiple pages, instead of just a long running list? Since this table will have many entries, I don't want to take up the whole page and have people have to scroll through the whole thing to get past it. 

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Hi @lindsey_friday and welcome to the community,

I don't think that you can separate a table among pages automatically. You can do it by hand :/

However my question is why you don't want to use the built in blog macro, which list your blog posts https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/insert-the-blog-posts-macro/

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