We recommend you migrate your spaces containing Scroll ImageMaps using Confluence's Cloud Migration Assistant or the Space Export and Space Import feature in Confluence. 

Things to Keep in Mind

  • Confluence Server instance (6.13 and later for space import)
  • Confluence Cloud instance with Scroll ImageMap installed
  • On the Server instance: Export space permissions (only needed for the spaces you want to migrate)
  • On the Cloud instance: Confluence admin permissions (needed in order to import a space)

Links configured to open within the same window on Server might not work on Cloud due to a known bug. We're working on a fix. As a workaround, edit the macro and select "Same window" option again. Follow our progress here:

IMGMP-276 - Same-window link fail to open upon Cloud import Open

Migration Steps

Step 1: Export all spaces that contain Scroll ImageMap

To start, in your Server instance, find all the spaces containing Scroll ImageMap macros that you want to migrate. For each of your spaces:

  1. Go to Space Tools → Content Tools → Export
  2. Select Export to XML
  3. Select Full Export or Custom Export
  4. Click Export
  5. Download the XML file

Step 2: Import all spaces that contain Scroll ImageMap

Switch to your Confluence Cloud instance:

  1. Select Settings in the Confluence navigation (top right corner next to your user icon)
  2. From the left-hand sidebar, select Import Spaces under 'Administration' 
  3. Click Browse to find your zip file
  4. Select Import
  5. Select Import another space if you want to add more spaces
  6. Click Next
  7. Optional: Allow the Jira macro repair to fix any broken Jira macros
  8. Go to your space directory to find and open your new space

Still Unclear? Reach Out to Us

If you need help with any of these migration steps, reach out to us via help@k15t.com.