Mass importing diagrams from Gliffy to draw.io
For customers who want to switch from Gliffy to draw.io, the app comes with a practical feature: The Gliffy Mass Import (Confluence Server only). All diagrams created with Gliffy can be quickly and easily imported into native draw.io diagrams.
Gliffy Mass Import Guide
How long does the import take?
The import depends on the number and the complexity of the existing diagrams, and doesn't normally take longer than a few minutes. With just a click, all of your Gliffy diagrams within a Confluence instance can be imported into draw.io. → Gliffy Mass Importe Guide
What happens to the Gliffy diagrams after the import?
You will NOT lose the Gliffy diagrams after they are imported. They are still attached to their respective Confluence pages as .png and .gliffy files, and you can continue to use them.
Who should I report errors to?
When there are problems during the import process or errors in imported diagrams, you should create a support issue. Please send an email to email@example.com to report your problem. So that we can find a resolution as quickly as possible, please include the following information in your email:
- Confluence version number
- draw.io version number
- the diagrams that caused errors as both .gliffy and .xml riles
- the import report as a text file (download the diagram import report from the app configuration)
Can I undo the import?
Once the Gliffy mass import has been completed, it can not be undone with a single step. The page history in Confluence lets you roll back the changes made to individual pages, and undo the diagram import in this way. If the draw.io diagrams have already been edited, these changes will be lost when you roll back to the version of the Confluence page before the Gliffy import.
You can also download or reinsert the Gliffy diagrams that are attached to a page with the Gliffy macro - your data is not lost. Please note that edits made to a draw.io diagram can not be automatically transferred to the Gliffy diagram - these changes must be made manually in the Gliffy diagram.