I have a template space with several pages that I would like to be able to provide to a client. I want to actually have them have these pages in their own Confluence instance - whether they are users now or become subscribers. Is there a way to copy a tree from one client site to another client's site? I could have access to both in order to seed this and get it started.
This is very useful info. From what I see in those posts, there really only seems to be a way to export and import a whole space at a time where you can export as XML. Pages, on the other hand, have to be done one at a time, I cannot take a page and all of its children and export them.
Thanks for the info!
What I want of those methods is what I get from exporting XML. I don't really get great results using PDF and Word and trying to import them back in. But as far as I can see, I can only export a Space as XML and not a Page and all of its children. I would have to build out my template that I share into a separate space...not impossible...but it can only be imported in the other instance as a whole space, not as pages within a space. Though I think the client could actually move things afterwards.
Not a perfect solution yet.
In that case you can try any high-scored external apps from Atlassian Marketplace.
It can give you more qualitative page export to Word.
Then you can import Word documents as a single page - the documentation:
You can import Word documents as a single page, or divide the contents up into multiple pages, based on the headings in your document. This is useful if you have a lot of content stored in existing documents, or if you are migrating from another system or platform that allows you to export to Word format.
To import a Word document:
1 View an existing page. The page chosen becomes the parent page of the document imported.
2 From the top right of the page, choose ••• > Import Word Document.
3 Choose Select file to import, locate the Word document you want to import, then choose Import. The take you onto the Import configuration step.
4 Choose the import options you want (see below for more info), and then Import.
When the upload has finished, pages will be created with the content of the Word documents. You can then view and edit this page as normal. There's no further connection between the original Word document and this page.
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