Now is the time to migrate. Atlassian is changing its licensing model and Confluence Server is end-of-life in February 2024. You've got Microsoft 365 licenses anyway, giving every user access to modern SharePoint pages.
Migrating from Confluence to SharePoint needs a great amount of manual labor or special tooling. This is a digital content transformation, not just a migration. How to handle rich content and macros? How to ensure the quality of the transformation? How to be sure all content is properly migrated?
WikiTraccs is the answer, providing high-quality content transformation from Confluence to SharePoint Online.
You can start using WikiTraccs at any time and use it to start transforming content immediately. It is currently in early access stage and evolving.
Included today in WikiTraccs
- convert Confluence pages to SharePoint Online pages
- convert many Confluence macros (see here )
- text formatting
- external images
- task lists
- multi-column layouts
- convert people mentions to people search links
- preserve links between pages
- download and transfer externally linked images
- transformation report per page
- page permissions as far as SharePoint allows
- user and group mapping
- limited metadata
On the roadmap...
- full metadata of pages and attachments
- even more macro conversions
- hierarchical page tree
- multilingual pages (currently only the language with most content)
- page comments
- optimizing for performance
- extended Confluence Cloud support
- more authentication options