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How do I create a table on Confluence that displays Epics, who they are assigned to and status

I want to track all the Epic within my team and there current status.

This would be displayed on the teams confluence page

I've followed the various guides and create a table that displays everything but cannot work out how to get it to display Epic's only.

I'm a new user and don't have background knowledge. I've try following the various community post and links but I'm finding these assume background knowledge and familiarity with Jira/Confluence that I don't have. 

Currently my table is based upon 

projects = "CJ"

And I'm hoping there is a simply bit of syntax's that needs adding to display Epics only.


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Having found a Jira/Confluence syntax article I've worked it out.

When creating the Insert JIRA Issue/Filter query use Issuetype=Epic & project="CJ"

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