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Does anyone know of a way to export from confluence to MarkDown format?

Hi,

I have seen add-ons for Confluence to allow MarkDown to work in Confluence. What I haven't seen is any way to export or otherwise transform existing Confluence content (tables) into MarkDown format. 

Does anyone know of a way to export from confluence to MarkDown format?

Or even something that would take a PDF exported from Confluence and turn it into MarkDown? I found this http://pdf2md.morethan.io/ but it doesn't handle tables very well.

Any guidance would be appreciated. Thank you.

Mark

 

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Hi Mark,

I found some discussions on this below that might help you:

This one that was mentioned uses Pandoc, if you're not familiar with it. It seems promising but I don't have any experience with it personally:

I hope this helps!

Regards,

Shannon

Thank you very much! This was very helpful.

The last link to the npm repo should be to the source repo in GitHub.

I tried it today and it works. Requires installing Pandoc.

The only issue I have that in order to build a proper static site, it is better to have a proper folder structure. Confluence HTML export puts all HTML files to one folder and the Markdown structure will be the same, so it is an unsolved issue.

Dom Christie solution is great as a very elegant and portable solution. I then added a small plugin to support specifics of Confluence. Hope this helps.

https://github.com/guyplusplus/turndown-plugin-confluence-to-gfm

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