Thank you for bringing this up. Unfortunately, it's not possible to split beyond level 3 when importing a Word document. I've encountered this issue myself, with a customer who asked this question previously.
As a result, I created the following Jira ticket:
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Thank you, and take care!
Thank you for verifying that. I am attempting to replicate this on my site, using the following document:
Do you run into the same issue regardless of the document you use? Can you replicate the problem using my test document?
It helps if you can also send me a screenshot of the settings you select when importing the document, and if possible, how your Word document looks.
Hi @Shannon ,
thanks a lot for your effort ! I found out, what causes the issue: In my document are gaps between the headings. That means, under Heading 1 are only Headings 4. In my document ii is not an bug, it mus be so. The Heading 4 is a ortogonal, independent "labels". I close the qestion, because it is not a normal use case.
i have a similar issue. My headings in Word are H1, H2, H3 and H4. I have set the Word headings so they should split pages/child pages after import. Headings that i didnt want to affect new page creation i set to H4
When i try import, setting level 1+2, it imports H1 and H2 from Word.
But when i set level 1+2+3, it imports down to level H4 of Word, making more child pages that i want. I actually need it to import down to H3 of Word but this just isnt working correctly.
Why does it not respect the heading hierarchy? This is my first experience with Confluence and is proving to be difficult, especially after spending a day changing headings in a 800 page document so that it 'should' import correctly.
Would appreciate comments.
Oh, it may well be the case that i have a heading H2 followed by H4 on pages.
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