WikiTraccs Trial Version

This article covers the trial version of WikiTraccs and how it’s different from the licensed (full) version.

How can I get a trial version of WikiTraccs?

WikiTraccs is free to test for everybody migrating from Confluence to SharePoint Online.

Choose this button to go to the download page:

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You explicitly DON’T need a trial license key. There is also NO credit card information required to get started.

How do I get started with the trial version of WikiTraccs?

The quick start guide has you covered:

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It has all information you need to get started with your first trial Confluence to SharePoint migration.

How long can I use the trial version of WikiTraccs?

Unlimited testing time - keep testing as long as you need.

Unlimited spaces - nice.

Unlimited pages - you can migrate as many Confluence pages to SharePoint Online as needed to make an informed decision.

Unlimited size - migrate as many GB as you like.

The license is valid for Confluence Server, Confluence Data Center, and Confluence Cloud.

WikiTraccs will be functional when you need it.

What is the difference between the trial version and the licensed (full) version of WikiTraccs?

There are no functional differences between the trial version and licensed version of WikiTraccs.

In trial mode, WikiTraccs inserts a promotional header, sometimes a footer, and replaces some words in the page with “WikiTraccsTestMigration”.

Here’s a sample promo header:

This stops as soon as there is a valid license key, for all newly migrated pages.

How do I convert the trial version to a licensed version?

Two steps:

  1. You purchase a license key via the Pricing page.
  2. You activate the license as documented here: License Activation.

There is no need to install something new. The license activation will convert an existing WikiTraccs trial installation to the full version.

Note: you need to remigrate all pages after licensing WikiTraccs to have it create them without the trial markers. Simply delete the existing SharePoint pages and run the migration again.

Last modified March 13, 2024