Why is there no Macro for exporting Tabes into CSV-Files in Confluence?

I asked myself this question for quite a while. But I am currently working on a macro which does exactly that: Exporting a Table into a CSV-File.


Current development status:

  • Surround a table with the macro.
  • Export it by clicking on a generated link under the macro.
  • Choose the character to separate the elements.
  • Choose the character to surround the elements with.

Some screenshots:

You have to give an ID to the macro which identifies the macro on a page. This ID has to be unique for the Page.

And you can specify a separator character and a surrounding character.


ScrenShot-Editor

ScrenShot-Editor2

Export


The first version of the macro will be published within the next few weeks, so feel free to leave feedback in the comments!

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