Redesigning a website can be a time-consuming and painstaking task. We’ve tried to take the sting out of this by allowing you to import sitemaps directly from the web and into Jumpchart. This means you can now view and work on multiple pages from an existing website without having to copy and paste them manually.
To get started, create a new project, name it, then check the box which says “Upload sitemap.xml.” Click on the “Choose File” button which then appears and select the .xml file that you’d like to upload to Jumpchart. Click “Create project” and you’ll be presented with a list of available pages to import.
It’s important to note that you can only import a maximum of 20 pages per project. Select the pages that you want to include, then click “Import pages” on either the bottom or top right-hand side of the screen.
From here you’ll be presented with a Markdown wireframe of the website that you can edit or work on just like any other project in Jumpchart. We’ll also send you a confirmation email to let you know if the sitemap was imported successfully or not.
Still have questions?
If you’re still unsure about the sitemap importer or have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.