Last year at STC, we heard several requests for enabling an easy migration from MadCap Flare to Adobe RoboHelp. Same was true for this year’s conference – just the number of requests increased manifold. We had several customers visit us at Adobe booth and request for a migration.
Some of the reasons for migration from Flare to RoboHelp were:
- “I started using Flare under the impression that RoboHelp is dead, now that Adobe has released a new version I want to come back to RoboHelp.”
- “I am the lone writer using Flare, other writers in my team are using Adobe Technical Communication Suite, I need to convert my Flare project to RoboHelp”
- “RoboHelp is so easy to use … Give me one reason to move to RoboHelp, I want to come back”
- “I love Adobe AIR, can I publishing to Adobe AIR using RoboHelp 7 – if I could just import my Flare project in RoboHelp”
- “I want end user commenting in my Online Help”
Now you have help available with migrating your MadCap Flare projects to Adobe RoboHelp. John Daigle, RoboHelp expert and consultant, is offering a free converter to migrate your projects from Flare to RoboHelp. The converter is a free download from John Daigle’s site and source code is also available under Common Public License. He already has a few success stories and if response in the STC conference is anything to go by, he is going to be very busy.