In Google Drive, Confluence, JIRA, FogBugz, or XWiki you can use export/import to import mockups you've created on your site, or those you saved from elsewhere, for instance Mockups to Go. Here's how you'd do it.
Export Mockup (from Confluence, JIRA, FogBugz or XWiki)
- Open the mockup and select the menu Mockup > Export Mockup XML.
Export Mockup from a file saved locally
If you use the Desktop app:
- Export the mockup from the Desktop app using the menu File > Export Mockup XML. The contents are copied to your clipboard.
Note: even if you don't have a paid version of the Desktop app, you can still download and use the trial version to open and export mockup files (after 7 days you can no longer save files, but all other features are fully-functional). This can be a convenient way, for example, to get Mockups to Go libraries into your plugin version.
If you don't use the Desktop app:
- Open the mockup from a text editor (like Notepad or or TextEdit) and copy its contents to your clipboard.
For JIRA, Confluence, FogBugz or XWiki:
- Create a new mockup in your Mockups plugin.
- When the editor is loaded, use the menu Mockups > Import Mockup XML...
- Paste the mockup data in the text area and click Import.
For Google Drive:
- Click the Upload button (next to the Create button) and select "Files..." from the menu.
- Select the mockup file(s) you would like to upload.
Alternatively, you can also follow the same steps described above to import mockup XML into Google Drive.
More Import/Export Options#
If you use Google Drive, Confluence, JIRA, FogBugz, or XWiki but don't have a license for one of our Mockups plugins, you can still share your mockups using these products. To do this, upload your mockups as images (go to "File > Export to PNG image" in the Desktop version) and attach or embed the images. You can also upload your Mockups (.bmml) files for other Desktop users to download to their computers.
If you're looking for import/export options for other applications or file formats, a good number of extensions have been written so far. You can find the list of import/export extensions here.
Our BMML format is open and documented.