It is sadly not possible to migrate Handpicked Tabs. However, we are offering the same options in our “Select existing pages” within the Tab Wizard. You will have to recreate your handpicked tabs using the Tab Wizard macro.
New editing experience available only in Cloud: create and label your tab in one simple interface instead of working with a Tab Group/Tab macro combination.
Excellent alternative to Tab (Deprecated) when switching to the new editor (see details below).
Migrating from Server/DC to the Legacy Cloud Editor
When migrating pages from Server/DC to Cloud, all content is transferred to the Legacy Cloud editor.
After the migration, all tabs are displayed and work properly in the front end. No data is lost. There is one special case: the “Tab (Deprecated)” macro.
Tab (Deprecated): This appears on two occasions:
If you migrated Localtab macros.
If you try to insert more tab macros on a migrated page that still uses the legacy editor.
The macro itself works fine and can also be edited, and new content can be added, etc. However, the macro will not work in the new editor (read below).
Switching from Legacy to New Cloud Editor
If you want to convert your page to the new cloud editor, you will have to replace all occurrences of the macro “Tab (Deprecated)” with the macro “Tab” and copy the content into the Tab macro. Otherwise, the data in the tabs will get lost during the transition.
Some customers have encountered the error message “Migration has failed as the migration path of this app could not be determined.” during the app migration process.
We don’t know why Atlassian will sometimes display this error. Navitabs macros are all stored within the Confluence content and are therefore migrated with the normal content migration. If you encounter the error above, please check the content on various migrated pages containing Navitabs macros. The content should appear as you'd expect it to.
If the Navitabs macro content is displayed (see the section above for differences in names), you can safely ignore the error message.