2. Import your Gliffy diagrams
In the Add-on Configuration, select the “Diagram Import” tab.
Click on either the “Import all diagrams” button, or the “Import displayed diagrams” button.
The time needed for this import depends on the number and the complexity of your existing Gliffy diagrams. It should normally take a few minutes. With just a click, this imports all of your Gliffy diagrams within a Confluence instance can be imported into draw.io. → Gliffy Mass Import Guide
The Gliffy diagrams are not lost after they are imported. They are still attached to their Confluence pages as .png and .gliffy files, and you can continue to view and edit the Gliffy diagram files as long as you have a valid Gliffy license.
3. Download the report
Wait until the import has finished, and download the report. Use the report to see whether all diagrams were converted successfully, and which diagrams were not able to be imported.
What if there are errors reported in the mass import report?
Sometimes, problems may occur during the import process and there may be errors in imported diagrams because the Gliffy diagram formatted is not publicly documented. If errors occur during your mass import, please create a support issue by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and 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 files
- the import report as a text file (download the diagram import report from the app configuration).