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Evaluate the Confluence migration tool WikiTraccs as long as you please.

Purchase the WikiTraccs Full Edition once you are ready to migrate.

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Choose from paid options for production use:

For content migration, choose the WikiTraccs Full Edition.

WikiTraccs Full Edition

Page Count Tier*:

starting at $1995** / six month period

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Above option is a one-time payment. You get a license key after purchase to activate WikiTraccs. This is no subscription, there is no automatic renewal. Keys are valid for half a year, starting with the time of purchase. You can buy additional license keys as needed.

🌳 For a wiki page tree in SharePoint, choose WikiPakk.

WikiTraccs WikiPakk

starting at $100** / month

  • SharePoint page tree, plus page tree editor
  • Breadcrumb navigation for every page
  • Seamlessly works with migrated Confluence page hierarchy

  • Subscription plan for one SharePoint tenant
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Above option is a subscription. You get a license key after purchase to activate WikiTraccs WikiPakk.

*Page Count Tier: refers to the overall count of pages and blog posts in the source Confluence environment; it does not refer to the number of pages migrated. See FAQ item below for more details. Here's how to get the number of pages in Confluence: Getting the Confluence page count.

**Prices are net prices. Payment processing and invoicing is handled by FastSpring. FastSpring acts as authorized reseller and Merchant of Record.

Have a question?

Frequently asked questions about WikiTraccs:

WikiTraccs is a migration tool to migrate content from Confluence to SharePoint Online. It has a free Trial Version and the paid Full Edition.

WikiTraccs WikiPakk adds a page tree and breadcrumb navigation to SharePoint, just like in Confluence. It picks up the migrated page hierarchy. New pages can be added, the hierarchy edited. Head over to the WikiPakk web site to learn more.

Yes! WikiTraccs operates as free Trial Version when no license is present.

You can try WikiTraccs as long as you want. No credit card is needed for testing.

Download FREE WikiTraccs now Quick start guide >>

Read more about the trial version here: WikiTraccs Trial Version.

When WikiTraccs doesn't find a license key, it runs in trial (or evaluation) mode.

When running in unlicensed trial mode, WikiTraccs slightly changes the SharePoint pages it creates. It inserts a promotional header, sometimes a footer, and replaces some words in the page with "WikiTraccsTestMigration". This stops as soon as there is a valid license key.

Read more about the trial version here: WikiTraccs Trial Version.

The number of pages refers to the sum of pages and blog posts in the source Confluence environment at the time of purchase.

Note that this is not the number of pages you plan to migrate.

Also note that this is not the number of page migrations that you can do.

Here are examples to illustrate this:

Example 1: There are 20,000 pages and blog posts in Confluence. You plan to migrate all of them. The license needed is "up to 50,000 pages", because that covers the source environment's number of pages and blog posts.

Example 2: There are 45,000 pages and blog posts in Confluence. You plan to migrate 7000 pages to SharePoint. The license needed is "up to 50,000 pages", because that covers the source environment's number of pages and blog posts.

Example 3: There are 9,000 pages and blog posts in Confluence. You migrate all 9000 pages. Plans change and you need to migrate 5000 pages again. The license needed is "up to 10,000 pages", because that covers the source environment's number of pages and blog posts.

Note: Here's how to determine the number of pages in Confluence: Getting the Confluence page count.

The number of Confluence pages is a good indicator of migration complexity.

Experience shows that the overall source page count is highly correlated with:

  • Company sizes with number of contact points, processes, and non-migration-related requirements
  • History of Confluence environments (causing content-driven effects which need to be taken care of)
  • Probability of past migrations (again causing content-driven effects which need to be taken care of)
  • Effort for analyzing and reproducing issues
  • Periods of support

Note that you can try WikiTraccs for free, for as long as you want. So you should be able to find any issues before making a purchase, and even get support.

If you like the overall experience, please go ahead and purchase. I appreciate feedback in any case so I know where to maintain and improve the experience.

Note: Here's how to get the number of pages in Confluence: Getting the Confluence page count.

Any number of users can use WikiTraccs. You can use the same license key on any workstation, for any user.
No. Unrestricted support via email and GitHub is included. Read more about that here: Support Options.
If you have issues using WikiTraccs, found a bug or have a feature request, please create an issue: Create issue

Read more about your options here: Support Options

WikiTraccs needs permissions to read from Confluence and to read and write from and to SharePoint Online.

You need to sign in to Confluence when the migration starts. Use an account that has permissions to read space contents and space permissions. Usually this is a Confluence admin account, or an admin of all those spaces.

For SharePoint WikiTraccs needs Site Admin permissions on the sites where migrated pages are stored. You'll need an account for that and an appropriate Azure AD Application has to be present. You'll be asked to sign in to SharePoint when the migration starts.

WikiTraccs supports migrations from Confluence 6, 7, and 8 to SharePoint Online. Confluence 5 and older are not supported.

Content migration from Confluence Cloud seems to work, but is currently not being in active development. See a list of known issues with Confluence Cloud here: Add support for Confluence Cloud.

In any case, please use the free Trial Version of WikiTraccs to check that it works in your environment.

Yes, feel free to reach out via email.

Yes, feel free to reach out via email.

To create a tax-exempt order the following information is required:

  • a document proving the tax-exempt status, e.g. form ST-119.1
  • billing information: first name, last name, billing address, e-mail address

Of course. After purchasing a license you have the option to download the invoice. FastSpring acts as reseller and Merchant of Record.

No. Please use the Trial Version of WikiTraccs to check if it suits your needs. The Trial Version is free and no credit card is required for using it.

The Trial Version of WikiTraccs has the migration capabilities of the Full Edition. You can test the migration results of as many pages as you like to make an informed decision:

Download FREE WikiTraccs now Quick start guide >>

There are currently no consulting licensing options. Your clients have to purchase a license.

While I'd like to be a part of many exciting projects that use WikiTraccs to migrate from Confluence to SharePoint, I'll rather focus fully on creating a better migration tool for those projects. So, unfortunately not.

After purchasing a license you'll get a license key.

The license key is being displayed after your purchase. You'll also get an email that contains the license key. The email will be sent to the email address used in the checkout form.

Have a look at License Activation on how to activate the license.

Included today in all editions of WikiTraccs

  • convert Confluence pages to SharePoint Online pages
  • convert many Confluence macros (see here )
  • text formatting
  • tables
  • images
  • external images
  • attachments
  • 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
  • multilingual pages
  • see the full list...

On the roadmap...

  • full metadata of pages and attachments
  • even more macro conversions
  • page comments
  • optimizing for performance
  • extended Confluence Cloud support
  • more authentication options