We recently started working on a new project where the documentation was created in Confluence. However, we use Robohelp 2017 for our documentation needs. Is there any way to import the documentation from Confluence to Robohelp without having to a manual migration?
There isn't a dedicated Confluence import and we don't see many posts about Confluence.
What file format does it use? RoboHelp can import various formats. The new UI versions of RoboHelp use strict HTML5 and CSS3 and I suspect that could be an advantage. Classic versions such as 2017 used proprietary code so I would guess they are more likely to have issues.
See www.grainge.org for free Authoring and RoboHelp Information
There are a few add-ons for confluence to export to HTML, e.g.:
Maybe that is an approach?
A work around I've used is to "Export to Word" (found under the elipse at the top right of Confluence). Once the Word doc is saved, Robohelp easily imports Word docs and you are off to the races. We are using RH2020. Not sure if 2017 does the Word doc import, but I seem to recall reading somewhere that it does...