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On this page you will learn how to:


Apply the default sorting order to columns

You can sort one or multiple table columns in the ascending or descending order.

  1. Switch the page to the edit mode.
  2. Select the macro and click Edit.
  3. Switch to the Table View tab.
  4. Locate the Default Sorting box.
  5. Click it and select the columns with the appropriate sorting order in them. Once you have saved the macro and the page, the defined sorting order is automatically applied to the selected columns.

When the source table is the Jira Issues macro, the default sorting doesn't work because of technical limitations. You can sort the Jira Issues macro with the help of JQL.


Reset the sorting order

To reset the default sorting order applied in the page view mode for columns:

  1. Open the page with the table.
  2. On the filtration pane, locate and click the cogwheel icon.
  3. Select Reset column sorting.


Add automatic row numbering

The app allows you to enable either dynamic or static row numbering. You can choose one of the following options:

  • Dynamic
    • Ascending
    • Descending
  • Static
    • Ascending
    • Descending

The difference between Dynamic and Static is the following:

  • Dynamic: row numbering is updated each time you filter the table. So all the time your row numbers will look like 1, 2, 3 and so on.
  • Static: rows are numbered one time and row numbers are preserved all the time you filter the table. So after filtration your rows may be numbered like 2, 5, 6, 11 and so on.

To set the option:

  1. Switch the page to the edit mode.
  2. Select the macro and click Edit.
  3. Switch to the Table View tab. 
  4. Locate the Row numbering type box and select the appropriate row numbering option.
  5. Save the macro and the page.


Show first N rows

  1. Switch the page to the edit mode.
  2. Select the macro and click Edit.
  3. Select the Table View tab.
  4. Locate the 

After saving the page, the table will show only the specified number of rows.

Advanced modifications

Modificator N+

Lets you show N number of rows when you use no filtration. If you apply some filtration criteria, the set of filtered results will be expanded to show all the matches.

Modificator N* (asterisk)

Lets you preserve the first N rows of the table even when they do not match the specified filtration criteria. The table header is included automatically.


Freeze first N rows/columns

  1. Switch the page to edit mode.
  2. Select the macro and click Edit.
  3. Switch to the Table View tab.
  4. Locate the Freeze first N rows and Freeze first N columns options.
  5. Specify the correct number of rows and columns to freeze.
  6. Save the macro and page.
  7. Once you save the page, the table will automatically fit the available screen area or you can set the table height manually.




Watch the videos to learn more about managing filters in the page view mode and in the macro browser:

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