Here's a step-by-step guide to use Salesforce Table macro in you Confluence cloud instance.



Salesforce and Confluence Cloud Connector


Salesforce Table


  1. Create a Salesforce Table macro in a Confluence page.

  2.  Edit the macro to view the Edit Salesforce Table pop-up window:

  3. If you already have a Saved Filter, you can choose it from the dropdown box.
    If not, you can create one first (See: Using Saved Filters) or you can instead provide a SOQL query instead (see: Step 4).

  4. Then, choose the Connection you'd like to use.
    The default Connection will be displayed (as configured by the Confluence administrator).

  5. If you don't have a Saved Filter configured, you may enter a SOQL query instead:

    For this example, we have entered:

    SELECT Name, Description, Phone FROM Account

    Which means we want to search for all Salesforce Object fields with NameDescription, and Phone from a Salesforce Account.

  6. When you Save the page, you will see the result below.


  • Not applicable.



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