Inserting tables

Inserting static tables

Static tables do not have dynamic elements and are configured manually using Markdown.

To place a table on your page, use the following markup:

Markup Result
| Header 1 | Header 2 | Header 3 |
| --- | --- | --- |
| cell 11 | cell 12 | cell 13 |
| cell 21 | cell 22 | cell 23 |

Inserting dynamic tables

Use dynamic tables to sort values, specify data types to display in columns, and set required cells. You can use dynamic tables as-is or embed them in pages.

To embed a dynamic table in a page:

  1. Open the table.

  2. Click </> in the sidebar.

  3. Configure the embedding parameters.

  4. Copy the embed code and paste it into the page.

Dynamic tables can be edited right from the page as long as you don't choose the Read only option during embedding. All changes are automatically applied to the main table and all its occurrences on other pages.

Sorting table rows

Rows in dynamic tables can be quickly sorted by column:

  1. Click in the column heading.

  2. Click the icon again to sort the rows in reverse order.

Sorting tables by multiple columns at the same time

You can arrange tables using multiple types of sorting. Sorting types are specified in descending order of priority.

To create a new sorting arrangement:

  1. Click in the sidebar.

  2. Click Add sort.

  3. Choose a column and sorting order.

Filtering rows and columns

You can filter tables you embed so that only specific rows and columns are displayed. To do this:

  1. Get an embed code and place it in the page text.

  2. To choose columns for display, add the columns parameter to your table's code. To learn more about using this parameter, see Choosing columns for display.
  3. To filter rows based on values set in specific cells, add the filter parameter to your table's code. To learn more about using this parameter, see Setting row display filters.

Jumping to the parent table

To open the original table you used for embedding:

  1. Click at the bottom of the table.

  2. Choose Parent table.