It's a bit of a process, like all migrations, so you need to plan/coordinate this. But here's the general flow.
Hope this helps on general steps; tons of sub-steps in there.
The most important is #2 honestly. Nothing worse than having your manager breathing down your neck for a week or three+ making you feel bad during a tricky process.
Apparently importing pages from disk also doesn't apply to Confluence Cloud :( I would imagine being hosted solution Confluence Cloud to be more featured-rich or at least on-par with the server version.
Thank you Justin for your comprehensive response. I have opened a support ticket and got a response suggesting the same as you suggested (setting up confluence server with free evaluation licence and import dokuwiki there). I am not sure if I will go down that route as we don't have resources to do so. I might just migrate the pages manually as an on going process.
Actually (as pointed out by tech support staff) there is a functionality to import from Word document but unfortunately Dokuwiki does not export to Word document. There is a plugin that does export to ODT (open doc format).
Thanks again for your help.
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