Import/copy data from Microsoft OneNote


Has anyone ever taken data from Microsoft OneNote to Confluence?

Any ideas for a good way to do that?

Thank you!

2 answers

Hi there,

I think that the best way to do it is export your .one files to another format, like .doc and import it using the office connector plugin.


An old thread here, but thought I'd give providing an answer a shot.

I'm in the process of building out a command line utility that uses the Microsoft Office Interop for OneNote to pipe documentation into Confluence over the REST API. The GetContent methods of that interop output XML strings which look very parseable in the cherry picked cases I've created thus far.

Confluence has great docs on using the REST API:

Using the OneNote Interop is a bit harder to find, but I found this answer on stackoverflow was enough to get me going:

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