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What’s new in Jumpchart? Sitemap Importer

We know that working on existing web content can be a lengthy and tedious process. That’s why we built a single-page importer to make it easier to import existing page content from the web directly into Jumpchart. That’s great for single pages of copy, but what if you want to import a large website with multiple pages? We’ve got you covered. You can now import entire sitemaps directly into Jumpchart, meaning you won’t have to laboriously copy and paste content ever again.

Import Entire Sitemaps Into Jumpchart

Simply upload the sitemap or .xml file and Jumpchart will take care of the rest. You don’t have to bring the entire site with you either; the sitemap importer lets you choose which pages you want to include and which you’d rather leave behind.

Once imported, you’ll be presented with an easy-to-read wireframe containing the pages and corresponding site structure, and you’ll be free to change, edit or add to any of the pages and text. It’s just another way that we’re trying to make website planning fast and simple.

Get In Touch

If you have any other questions regarding the sitemap importer, read more about it here. Otherwise, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at support@jumpchart.com.

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