We at StiltSoft are quite happy that more and more customers are trying to manage table data with Table Filter add-on. Considering this we decided to create a series of tutorials on how to work with table data inConfluence while using our add-on. So even newbies in Confluence will be able to find the ways and best practices how to control and manage their table with much ease and convenience.
In these tutorials you will find out quick tips and examples of how to configure macros for fast and convenient data filtration in Confluence. Besides data filtration capabilities, you can also use the add-on to generatepivot tables showing the aggregated and summarized data on the basis of some source data. In addition, you can easily and conveniently visualize your table data with the set of dynamic charts and graphs allowing you to instantly switch between different data sets.
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Table Filter for Confluence add-on allows you to manage filters in the page view mode. You can add all types of filters, remove the unnecessary filters, and regulate the order of filters on the filtration pane and set their width. You can save all the modifications, including the selected or specified filtration values in the macro body on the fly.
With Table Filter for Confluence add-on, you can summarize your table data and produce its aggregated view in the form of the pivot table. You can select the column containing labels for summarization or aggregation and set the column containing number values. Additionally, you can select the appropriate operation type (sum, count, minimal, maximal and average). Optionally, you can set the decimal and thousands separator, as well as specify the number of decimal places. You can modify settings of your pivot table and save modifications in the macro body while viewing the page.
Data visualization has become an easy task in Confluence if using Table Filter add-on. With its capabilities you can create dynamic charts that you can configure and update on the fly while viewing Confluence pages. You can select the column containing labels and set the column containing number values used for chart creation. Additionally, you can select the appropriate chart or graph type (pie, donut and 3D donut, column, bar, line, area, time line and time area). Optionally, you can set the decimal separator, specify the dimensions of the chart, and enable the hiding of the source table. You can modify settings of your charts and save modifications in the macro body while viewing the page.
If you have any ideas of how to improve our Table Filter for Confluence add-on, feel free to submit them on our feedback forum.