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I am trying to create a pivot table in that I don't want to display "Operation type" (Sum / Count/ Average / Literal) in my pivot table.
I want to remove Operation type in my pivot table view.
Is there a way to do it permanently? Any help is appreciated!
I tried editing the settings but its not working
Hi @Sadeesh Narendran ,
We can suggest hiding the whole pivot panel into the view mode: go to the Pivot Table macro settings -> Options tab -> Hide control panel.
If you want to organize your result pivot table into a better way, you may rename its Operational type column - wrap your Pivot Table macro into the Table Transformer macro and use the following SQL query:
SELECT T1.'Status', T1.'Count' AS 'Whatever name you want'
If you don't want to show this column in the result table at all, just don't list it in you SQL query. For example, "SELECT T1.'Status' FROM T*" will publish only the first "Status" column.
Hope it may help your case.
Hi @Sadeesh Narendran ,
Please try the following option: wrap your Pivot Table into the Table Filter macro.
Here is your two-dimensional pivot:
Now you go the the Table Filter macro settings -> Filters tab and check the Hide columns option:
And navigate to the Filtration tab -> Set filters' default values and choose the last column which you want to hide:
So, the structure of your pivot table will be preserved.
Hi @Sadeesh Narendran , it's a strange situation - if you see the column into the Pivot Table macro, it should be also visible via the Table Filter macro.
So, please, check the version of your app - the current one is 7.6.5.
And raise a support request here. Please attach your page storage format: upper right corner of the page > menu ... > View page storage format.
Please update the app and check if the issue is still present.
If yes, then create a support request - I've warned our support team about the issue.
Please update on Above issue , I am facing similar situation . Would like to rename the columns (Sum of), But not seeing any options for renaming or Hide the columns .
Hi @Arun M,
To rename the columns, you’ll need to wrap your Pivot Table macro in the Table Transformer macro.
On Confluence Server/Data Center you can do it directly and on Confluence Cloud you need the Table Toolbox macro to nest macros.
To hide unwanted columns, use the Table Filter macro on top. The “Hide column” option was moved to a different place in the new macro UI.
Please check the screenshot below:
Click on the Add filter button, choose the Hide columns filter type, and hit the Add button.
Now simply add the columns that you want to hide:
Hope it helps your case.
Thanks @Katerina Kovriga _Stiltsoft_ the amazing thread above. I am facing one issue after following the above all the instructions.
my setup -
but I am not able to get expected.
and after following the above all instructions I reached at this output
but want to hide the Name column (red arrowed) .
and when I tried to do the same via hiding that column .
it makes it shown as below. the team1 table header label is gets missed .
Is it some issue or I am missing something. ?
Seems that your Pivot looks not like mine, please attach a screenshot of the Pivot Table macro settings. It seems that you use the Name column twice and get a kinda strange aggregation: first in one column, than in two columns divided by teams.
And again in the initial example you should hide the Literal of Name column. So, maybe give a structure of the result table that you want to achieve.
I can suggest such settings for your case:
Seems that the result table looks exactly as you need.
Oh My god! My expectation was different but this is superb and amazing and much better Katerina Kovriga _Stiltsoft_ .
I was trying to make each team member name in different rows actually and spent some hours, but I guess that is not possible 😇
But this is really amazing and simple to go ahead with ✔ .
Thank you @Katerina Kovriga _Stiltsoft_ ⚡ 🤘 .
What are you using to create this table, and from where is it drawing its data?