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Migrate your documents from Confluence
Migrate your documents from Confluence

Now migrate all your documents from Confluence to

Vaibhav Devpura avatar
Written by Vaibhav Devpura
Updated over a week ago

Some of the app-specific instructions to migrate documents from Confluence are explained below -

Migrate individual files

  • On Confluence, go to the "Pages" section and select the individual page which needs to be exported. Once the page opens, click on the 3 dots on the right-hand side and click "Export" and then "Export as Word". A .doc file will be downloaded.

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With the above pre-requisites, a user is able to save the confluence page on their computer in .doc format.

  • In, Go to Product Space > Product > Document, click "Import", choose "Word", upload the ".doc" file

Migrate Confluence space

Step 1 - Pre-Req. on Confluence

  • From the confluence workspace, go to "space settings" in the top right sidebar.

  • Select "Content Tools" in the top toolbar and then select "Export" in the toolbar just below. - If this option is not displayed, then the user should request permission to export from the admin of the workspace.

  • Select "HTML" from the list of formats and click next.

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  • Select "Custom Export" and uncheck the "Include Comments" box.

  • Choose pages to export by selecting the respective checkboxes of the relevant pages - Please note that the pages containing large attachments can significantly increase the export size.

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  • Allow the export to finish processing - this can take a while if the workspace is large.

  • Once the export is complete, click "Download here" to save the export to the computer.

  • The file downloaded will have the title something like "", where "XXXXXX" is a sequence of digits.

Step 2 - Import to

  • Navigate to the Document module of the product in product space, there shall be an option to import documents.

  • Click on "Import", and a Pop-up comes up, then select Confluence in the pop-up window that appears.

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  • Navigate to the ".zip" file exported from the confluence in step 1 and select it for upload.

Note: The user does not need to unzip the file. Just upload the entire zip file.

  • You should see an "Importing" message as the browser uploads the file.

  • When your import completes, it should take you to your newly imported content ✨

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