This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Tables
The online help says that you should be able to sort tables in view mode using the table headers. This isn't working on most of the tables in our space. Any ideas what's wrong?
Just for funsies, click-drag select the data in a non-sorting table (or at least a few rows), then create a 1x1 cell table and paste.
I have found that sometimes imported tables don't function right, and this quick table recreation does the trick.
This didn't work for me. I've got some tables that used to sort, but no longer do so. Not sure if this is due to some change in Confluence, or some accidental side-effect of editing.
Removing the formatting and then recreating the first row as a table header did not help.
No, on the tables that don't sort, the two little triangles do not appear.
I usually work in the WYSIWYG editor, so the request for some code gave me an idea that perhaps the header row wasn't properly set on the table that doesn't sort. It wasn't, so I inserted a new row, made it the header, and deleted the old quasi-header row. It still doesn't sort, but the code looks the same to me as the code for the table that does have the little triangles and sorts. Here's the code for the beginning of the table that doesn't sort, including the header row:
<th colspan="1">Scrum Teams</th>
<th colspan="1">Subject Areas Covered</th>
This table does have some empty cells in the first column. Could that be the problem?
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