Timestamp macro in Confluence?

I have a table in a Confluence page that multiple users will add rows to.  Is there anyway to have Confluence add a time stamp to the row that is the date/time that the row was added without the user having to do anything??

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Hello Brandon,

You may find Handy Timestamp macro (Handy Macros add-on) useful in your case. This macro shows date/time when it was inserted. It can be inserted with Ctrl+Alt+T hotkey.

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