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"AND" Labels in Content Report Table macro

I am trying to build a list from a combination of Labels, but it only seems to work as an "OR" statement with comma's, and no way to do A + B, both being required.

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Atlassian Team
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Jul 16, 2019

Hello there Armando!

You are correct, the Content Report Table macro works with an "OR" statement. We are not able to use an "AND" statement. If we fetch the specifications from our documentation for this macro, we find this:

This parameter is required. Specify one or more labels, separated by a comma. The macro will display the content tagged with any of the label(s) specified here.

For example, if you specify labels 'A' and 'B', the macro will display all pages that have the label 'A', and all pages that have the label 'B', and all pages that have both those labels.

You can have a look at this right here:

When we search outside of our documentation, a user from StackOverflow devised a way to have similar results to what you need. Here is his thread:

Let us know your thoughts on this Armando. Looking forward to your reply!

my thoughts are that :

  • obsidian makes this trivial with DataView plugin.
  • Notion makes this trivial too.
  • it's been nearly four years and nearly 800 people have viewed this.
  • it's really strange that JQL is a thing only in Jira. I guess this is a result of Atlassian filling out their product offering via acquisitions rather than building it themselves.


Fairly dissapointing really. 

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