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Scrape Data from Confluence to Google Sheets: A Step-by-Step Guide

With Magical, a robust Chrome extension, you can effortlessly transfer data from Confluence to Google Sheets – no need for intricate integrations or coding. In this article, we’ll guide you on how to install the app and use it to transfer data from Confluence to Google Sheets. Whether you're using Confluence and Google Sheets for project management, documentation, or general research, Magical is the ideal tool to streamline your workflow.

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What Confluence data can you scrape

Magical enables you to scrape a wide array of data from Confluence to Google Sheets. Here are some examples of the information you can extract:

Page Title
Page Content
Last Modified Date
And move more types of information by creating your own custom labels.

How to Scrape data from Confluence to Google Sheets using Magical?

Now that you have the Magical Chrome extension installed, let's discuss how to transfer data from Confluence to Google Sheets. Follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your Confluence account and open the page whose data you want to transfer. Tip: You can transfer multiple pages at once, just open them in individual tabs!
  2. Open Google Sheets, type "//" in an empty cell, and Magical will ask to connect to your Google account.
  3. Open the Magical panel on a Confluence page and click the “Transfer” button. Choose whether you transfer to a new Google Sheet or an existing one.
  4. Now repeat that for any other Confluence to Google Sheets transfers you want to do!

About Confluence and Google Sheets

Confluence, as a leading platform for project management and documentation, offers a wealth of data to power your workflows. However, the challenge lies in the time-consuming task of moving data to systems that allow you to use the data like Google Sheets. By leveraging Magical, you can effortlessly transfer data from Confluence to Google Sheets, significantly speeding up your workflows regardless of the task at hand.

Other ways to connect Confluence and Google Sheets

Using Zapier

Zapier provides a seamless connection between Confluence and Google Sheets, allowing for automatic data transfer between the two platforms without the need for coding. This integration offers a variety of triggers and actions, enabling you to automate workflows and save time

Using an API

An additional approach to integrate Confluence and Google Sheets is by directly utilizing their APIs. By integrating both APIs, you empower teams with real-time insights, fostering improved communication and a superior workflow. To employ this method, refer to their respective API documentation.

Common questions


Magical is a chrome extension that allows users to extract information from any website without complex integrations or APIs. You can run it on Confluence and transfer data directly to Google Sheets. The extension is designed to simplify the process of data collection by automating the extraction of information from Confluence. Magical is free, easy to use, and it can save you a lot of time and effort.


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