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Import files like .docx and .html as Pages

Import files like .docx and .html as Pages

Import files like .docx and .html as Pages

Convert from files in the page menu

Select some files, or a whole directory!

And edit!

You can import in any Space you could normally create pages.

You can choose markdown, reStructuredText, textile, HTML, DocBook, LaTeX, MediaWiki markup, TWiki markup, OPML, Emacs Org-Mode, Txt2Tags, Microsoft Word docx, LibreOffice ODT, EPUB, or Haddock markup!

No more going back to Word to edit your document! Now you can do it all inside Confluence :)

More details

  • Import your documents as Confluence pages
  • Edit in Confluence

This add-on is free and open source (GPL v3)! You can access the source on Bitbucket. Thanks to John McFarlane and the rest of the Pandoc contributors for building the fantastic tool we're using under the hood.

Known issues:

  • Not all complex document components can be imported nicely, but we try our best.

Reviews for cloud

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by Harry Potts on 2018-05-18
Work pretty well, the formatting isn't perfect, but it certainly saved a lot of time.
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by Mark Hamlin on 2018-03-10
fails with no error
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by Kenny To on 2018-01-17
I've used the cloud version, for the most part it works. I see this is open source, can I compile and use the cloud version
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by Travis Woodrow on 2018-01-02
Wanted to use it to display html, but instead just used the iframe macro
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by Mark Peterson on 2018-01-02
Unfortunately, attempting to import did not work. Just kept spinning.
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Reviews for server

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by Pavels Avens on 2017-08-18
No it works, thanks a lot!
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
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Hi Pavels,

I'm glad to hear it! Thanks for the feedback :)

Best regards,

Avi

by chris pinheiro on 2017-08-04
Also get error code when installing: "The add-on host returned HTTP response code 500 when we tried to contact it during installation. Please try again later or contact the add-on vendor."
0 out of 1 found this review helpful
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Hi Chris,

I believe I've fixed the issue. Please go ahead and try to install the add-on again!

Best regards,

Avi

by Dmitriy Kazimirov on 2017-04-20
It would be nice to have this for non-cloud installs too.
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Thanks for the feedback! Unfortunately, since this add-on uses Atlassian Connect, it won't support Server installs in the near future.

Regards,

Avi

by Roy Roebuck (FAETelecom) on 2016-12-17
Gives error on importing OPML file - "A web handler threw an exception. Details: Couldn't get the username from the application"
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by Cheo Alvarez on 2016-02-03
This add-on showed promise, especially considering some 'image size exceeded xxx' exceptions we saw getting thrown when importing docx files using the native 'Import Word Document' functionality (we've since filed a support ticket, awaiting resolution) . After installation of this add-on , and our first attempts to use, we immediately received a 'A web handler threw an exception. Details: Couldn't get the username from the application' message. We DID later notice on the plug-in manager that our 'access token' was not set, but attempts to generate a new access token subsequently failed. I'm including this in the review in hopes of being contacted by the plug-in authors. Happy to revise if we can get it working, this one shows a lot of promise
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by Pavels Avens on 2017-08-18
No it works, thanks a lot!
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
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Hi Pavels,

I'm glad to hear it! Thanks for the feedback :)

Best regards,

Avi

by chris pinheiro on 2017-08-04
Also get error code when installing: "The add-on host returned HTTP response code 500 when we tried to contact it during installation. Please try again later or contact the add-on vendor."
0 out of 1 found this review helpful
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Atlassian Labs

Hi Chris,

I believe I've fixed the issue. Please go ahead and try to install the add-on again!

Best regards,

Avi

by Dmitriy Kazimirov on 2017-04-20
It would be nice to have this for non-cloud installs too.
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Atlassian Labs

Thanks for the feedback! Unfortunately, since this add-on uses Atlassian Connect, it won't support Server installs in the near future.

Regards,

Avi

by Roy Roebuck (FAETelecom) on 2016-12-17
Gives error on importing OPML file - "A web handler threw an exception. Details: Couldn't get the username from the application"
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by Cheo Alvarez on 2016-02-03
This add-on showed promise, especially considering some 'image size exceeded xxx' exceptions we saw getting thrown when importing docx files using the native 'Import Word Document' functionality (we've since filed a support ticket, awaiting resolution) . After installation of this add-on , and our first attempts to use, we immediately received a 'A web handler threw an exception. Details: Couldn't get the username from the application' message. We DID later notice on the plug-in manager that our 'access token' was not set, but attempts to generate a new access token subsequently failed. I'm including this in the review in hopes of being contacted by the plug-in authors. Happy to revise if we can get it working, this one shows a lot of promise
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Confluence Cloud Released 2017-08-31

Summary

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Installation

  1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
  2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Find new add-ons screen loads.
  3. Locate Universal Importer for Confluence.
  4. Click Install to download and install your app.
  5. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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