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Macros export options

Export to PDF

Available in the following macros:

  • Table Filter

  • Pivot Table

  • Chart from Table

  • Table Transformer

Steps to export:

  1. On the filtration or control pane, locate the cogwheel icon and click it.

  2. Click Export to PDF.

  3. Save the file to your local computer for opening.


Export to Word

Available in the following macros:

  • Table Filter

  • Pivot Table

  • Chart from Table

  • Table Transformer

Steps to export:

  1. On the filtration or control pane, locate the cogwheel icon and click it.
  2. Click Export to Word.
  3. Save the file to your local computer for opening.


Export to CSV

Available in the folloving macros:

  • Table Filter

  • Pivot Table

  • Table Transformer

The add-on allows you to export data to CSV, as follows:

  • default settings
  • custom settings

The default CSV format uses the following parameters:

  • Encoding: UTF-16LE.
  • Unicode BOM: BOM \uFFFE
  • Separator: Tab.
  • Quote Character: Double Quotes.

To export filtered data or pivot table to CSV (with default settings):

  1. Open the page with the table.
  2. Apply the necessary filters.
  3. On the filtration pane, click the cogwheel icon.
  4. Select Export to CSV.
  5. In the Export Options form, select Default settings.
  6. Click Export.
  7. Save the file to your local computer for opening.

To export hyperlinks as clickable links to CSV:

  1. Select the Export clickable links option.
  2. Define the appropriate list separator according to the local parameters on your machine.

To export filtered data or pivot table to CSV (with custom settings):

  1. Open the page with the table.
  2. Apply the necessary filters.
  3. On the filtration pane, click the cogwheel icon.
  4. Select Export to CSV.
  5. In the Export Options form, select Custom settings.
  6. Define the following parameters:
    1. Delimiter character - specify the character to delimit table columns.
    2. Quote character - specify the character to delimit separate call values.
    3. Export table header - update or delete the table header in the CSV file before export.
  7. Click Export.
  8. Save the file to your local computer for opening.


Export as image

Available in the folloving macros:

  • Chart from Table

Steps to export:

  1. On the control pane, locate the cogwheel icon and click it.
  2. Click Chart as image.
  3. Save the file to your local computer for opening.


Exporting the whole page, page tree or space The feature is not available in Cloud version

  1. Apply the required filters to your data table or configure the pivot table or chart.
  2. Chose any export option.
  3. All the information from the page will be exported. 

The app supports space and page tree export from the version 4.4.x. If macros were created in the version of the app 4.3.x or older version you need to view every page containing macros before the first export (i.e. once) to prepare it for export.


Sharing filter URL with colleagues The feature is not available in Cloud version

The app allows you to share the filtered results with your colleagues. The sharing link contains all the necessary filtration parameters and the sorting order that can temporarily override the currently set filtration parameters and sorting. The saved filtration parameters are not affected anyhow by this method until you rewrite them by saving changes.

To share the filtration results:

  1. Open the page with the table.
  2. On the filtration pane, locate and click the cogwheel icon.
  3. Select Copy the filter URL.
  4. Share the link with colleagues.


To display export features as links, you can create a user macro.

If you have only one Table Filter, Pivot Table or Chart from Table macro on the page, then create the following user macro and insert it on the page:

  • For export to CSV:
## @noparams

 <a href="#" onclick="$('.export-file-csv').eq(0).click();return false">Export to CSV</a>
  • For export to PDF:
## @noparams

 <a href="#" onclick="$('.export-file-pdf').eq(0).click();return false">Export to PDF</a>
  • For export to Word:
## @noparams

 <a href="#" onclick="$('.export-file-doc').eq(0).click();return false">Export to Word</a>

If you have multiple macros on the page, then create the following user macro and insert it inside one or multiple macros:

  • For export to CSV:
## @noparams

 <a href="#" onclick="$(this).parents('.tablefilter-outer-wrapper, .pivot-content, .table-chart-contents').eq(0).find('.export-file-csv').eq(0).click();return false">Export to CSV</a>
  • For export to PDF:
## @noparams

 <a href="#" onclick="$(this).parents('.tablefilter-outer-wrapper, .pivot-content, .table-chart-contents').eq(0).find('.export-file-pdf').eq(0).click();return false">Export to PDF</a>
  • For export to Word:
## @noparams

 <a href="#" onclick="$(this).parents('.tablefilter-outer-wrapper, .pivot-content, .table-chart-contents').eq(0).find('.export-file-doc').eq(0).click();return false">Export to Word</a>

Watch the video to learn more about exporting macros and results:


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