Our team has been moving content over from other tools and has ran into the issue of copy/paste creating extra paragraph breaks/new lines -- where we have just one paragraph break, Confluence inserts two. This breaks our general formatting and requires edits every time, and gets really tedious for long documentation or for things like email templates we've copied over.
I've tried searching for bugs on this and haven't been able to find any, but before I filed a bug with Atlassian I wanted to see if there's a way around this that maybe we haven't discovered yet? Any suggestions from y'all?
Thanks in advance!
I'm a Product Manager on the Confluence Content Experience team. My team is going to investigate this bug in our next sprint. Hopefully should be a simple fix, but I'll circle back once we have more information. Thanks for flagging this. I completely empathize with how frustrating this would be as you move content into Confluence.
Hello @Mariya Rybak If you are pasting from word, this can happen if people are using returns in between paragraphs. It is annoying. Plus often there is inline formatting that gets pasted in as well from some sources. My process is to use the source editor, and a number of save Regex routines to clear out the junk.
I would also suggest looking the Word import function if that helps. And take a good look at your source to see what you are ACTUALLY pasting in.
Yes, there is a paid plugin editor for the Cloud:
It might be that google doc natively has two returns. I can use the browser to inspect function to see.
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