Import Content Into Confluence
There are a number of ways you can get existing content, such as text, images and other content into Confluence.
Import content from other Confluence sites
To import content from another Confluence site you can:
- Import a backup of the entire Confluence site
- Import an XML export of an individual space. Page history, attachments, and page content will be preserved.
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Import content from a Microsoft Word document
The Office Connector allows you to create pages by importing Word documents. The document content is copied onto one or more Confluence pages. See Import a Word Document into Confluence.
Import web content
To embed web content on a page:
- Use the Widget Connector Macro to display videos, slide shows, twitter chats, documents and more, sourced from other web sites and displayed on your Confluence page.
- Embed an external web page into Confluence with the HTML Include macro.
- Use HTML code in a page with the HTML macro.
Note: The HTML macro is not enabled in all sites. Talk to your Confluence Admin about whether you can use this macro.
Importing content from another wiki
Confluence does not provide a method for importing content from another wiki.
You may be able to build your own import solution using our REST APIs, as mentioned below, or work with an Atlassian Solution Partner to develop a custom solution.
Import other content
Importing non-wiki markup into Confluence requires a conversion process:
- Text with basic formatting can be pasted directly into the editor. This includes simple Word documents or web pages.
- Confluence pages saved to disk can be imported from disk.
- Files can be uploaded in bulk using the Confluence WebDav Plugin. See Use a WebDAV Client to Work with Pages.
- Build your own import solution using the Confluence APIs.
Migrate to Confluence Cloud
If you're migrating from Confluence Server to Confluence Cloud, you can use the Cloud Migration Assistant for Confluence to migrate your content and spaces.