All-in-one File Importer for Confluence allows users to import any document format to Confluence as pages.
Some of the are supported document formats (with varying degree of accuracy) are listed below. Please try this app with few files before importing in bulk.
Markdown (CommonMark, GFM etc.)
Open Document Format (ODT)
Microsoft Word (Word docx) (except embedded images)
You can also try to import following file formats as this add-on is based on Pandoc file convertor which can convert them. However, please note that these formats are not tested properly.
If below formats don’t work, alternatively you can first convert them to above supported formats eg. HTML or Markdown and then import to Confluence
Dokuwiki (DokuWiki markup)
Creole (Creole 1.0)
FictionBook2 (FictionBook2 e-book)
Haddock (Haddock markup)
Jupyter/IPython notebook (Jupyter notebook)
JATS (JATS XML)
JSON (JSON version of native AST)
Mediawiki (MediaWiki markup)
EMACS Org mode (Emacs Org mode)
Tikiwiki (TikiWiki markup)
If you haven't installed, please install from Atlassian Marketplace here: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1221333
Once installed, you can use this add-on from page action icon (...) on the right.
Click on Import documents to Confluence pages to open add-on window.
This will open window where you can upload documents and import them as Confluence page.
Finally, you will see link to imported page.