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CSV import - hyperlinks not working

Hello,

I need to export a confluence table data from one  space and import it in another space. I used the export to csv feature (also enabled the Export Clickable Links option) to generate the csv file and I am using  Table From CSV macro to import it. Original table has few fields that contains hyperlinks. Those hyperlinks are exported as hyperlink functions e.g. =HYPERLINK("http://www.microsoft.com", "Microsoft"). During the import I need those hyperlinks to be shown as clickable links in the confluence. Instead it is just displaying the raw Hyperlink function data as such. Is there any setting or parameter I need to change to get the imported data with clickable links? Any alternative method to export/import table data that contains hyperlinks is also appreciated? 

N.B.  Making mirrored copy of table like using Table excerpt Include is not what I need. Need onetime import or data.

Thanks a lot for any suggestions.

1 answer

Hi @Ashok Ambigapathy ,

We can suggest using the following workaround: export your table without the Export Clickable Links option enabled. Then your hyperlinks will be exported as a plain text: www.abc.com instead of the =HYPERLINK("http://www.abc.com/";"www.abc.com").

When you import your table, wrap the Table from CSV macro into the Table Transformer macro and create clickable links for the required column using the FORMATWIKI function.

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