FlowTables - User Guide

FlowTables allows you to add versatile and fully customizable tables to your Jira issues, dashboards, and Confluence pages for optimizing your data and work management with ease.




  • Add FlowTables to Jira issues, dashboards and Confluence pages

  • Use built-in templates and speed up your workflow

  • Customize your table scheme with different column types

  • Easily resize and move columns and rows

  • Create and edit your own templates (coming soon)

  • Manage the table permissions for your team (coming soon)


How to add FlowTables…

… to a Jira issue

In your Jira issue, click the FlowTables icon.


… to a Jira dashboard

In your Jira dashboard, click on Add gadget to open the gadget panel, then scroll the side bar or search “WorkTables” and click Add.


… to a Confluence page

In your Confluence page, start typing /flowtables or click the Add macro button in the editor toolbar and search FlowTable.

Then click on the FlowTable macro to add it to your page.

Note: you will have to publish the page in order to use the macro and edit your FlowTable.


How to use a FlowTable

Select the template the best fits your needs.


Hover on the FlowTable title, a column name or a text field and click it to edit the corrisponding value.

Click New item or the Add row button at the bottom of the table to add a new row.

Hover on a column header or a line and click the Options button on the right side to delete it.

Drag and drop the column to move it left or right.

Drag the resizer to change the column width.

Click the Options button in the upper right corner of the table to delete it.

Click the Add button on the right side of the table to add a new column and select the column type.