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We are trying to move our files from Sharepoint to Confluence but one of our concern is we can't do in-app editing or live collaboration of files we uploaded in confluence. Is there a way we can do it ? or the only way is for us to download it and reupload it once we're done ?
Hello @Dash Alvarez !
Usually, the very idea of COnfluence is to use pages/spaces as the document itself, so you get "virtual" representation of documents where you can use all dynamic stuff ike macros/addons to build real-time documentation system with exports/imports , collaborative editing etc.
Using Confluence as files storage may be not the best solution.
So it can be better to try architecture the migration of documents as converted into Confluence format and use benefits of it :)
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