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This article explains how to do issue filtering filter the issues in the JQL table Table macro of using the app,  Advanced Tables for Confluence app.


  1. Log into your Confluence instance as an administrator.Create an application link with a Jira instance and make sure it is working. 
    Refer to this page on how to do Linking to Another Application.
    the Confluence Instance. 
    1. If you already have a page with the JQL Table macro, then please go to step # 4. 
    2. Create a new page
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    2. Insert the Advanced Table - JQL Table macro on the page. 
  2. Edit the JQL Table macro, navigate to JQL settings > Data source > Jira application links and select the link that you have created in step #2Jira instance, from where you are going to retrieve the results
    Also, enter the JQL for Jira Advanced search to fetch your issues from the project as shown:
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  3. Navigate to Table settings > Advanced settings > Display data filter and enable as shown:
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  4. Click on Save settings and publish the page.
  5. The page displays the issues as shown:
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  6. Select filter on a column of the table, it filters the column data as shown:
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  • Ensure that the Application links with a Jira instance are configured. Jira Administrator will be able to set by referring to Linking to Another Application page. 
  • We recommend testing this in a non-production environment before implementing it in the production.