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Free personal account
What is an organization?
Create an organization
What is a space?
Activity and history
Comments and discussion
What is a collection?
Live edits and real-time collaboration
Creating pages, groups and links
Choose a subdomain
Set the custom domain in GitBook
SAML single sign-on
SSO & SAML
SCIM & Directory Sync
Apps & Integrations
Apps & Integrations platform
Install an integration
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How do I report bugs?
How do I solve connectivity issues?
How do I contact support?
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imports from websites or files that are Markdown
(.md or .markdown), HTML (.html), Microsoft Word (.docx).
You can also upload a ZIP containing HTML or Markdown files when importing multiple pages.
We also support import from Confluence, Notion, GitHub Wiki, Quip, Dropbox Paper, and Google Docs.
This feature is in BETA
Feel free to suggest import features we don't support yet and
let us know
if you have any issues.
When you create a new space, you'll have the option to import content straight away:
Import a page or sub page by selecting
from the New Page menu, or
in the page action menu, found in the table of contents:
When you choose your input source, instructions will explain how to proceed.
Although GitBook supports importing content from different kind of sources, the end result might be different from your source due to differences in product features and document format.
GitBook currently has the following limits for imported content:
The maximum number of pages that can be uploaded in a single import is
The maximum number of files (images etc.) that can be uploaded in a single import is
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