The SharePoint Connector for Confluence has to be installed and configured in Confluence Cloud (neither the app itself nor the app settings will be migrated). On how to achieve this, please have a look at: Confluence: Install App (Cloud).
How to proceed with the migration
Use the Confluence Cloud Migration Assistant for the migration itself.
After the migration all instances of the SharePoint Connector for Confluence macros will be present on the migrated pages. The macro settings (especially selected SharePoint documents respectively lists) will also be available.
No Support for SharePoint Server (on-premise)
Please be aware, that since the Cloud version of the SharePoint Connector for Confluence supports only SharePoint Online but not SharePoint Server (on-premise) all SharePoint Connector for Confluence macros with SharePoint Server content (SharePoint documents or SharePoint lists) will stop working when migrated to Confluence Cloud.
Classic Style Macro Rendering in Page Edit Mode
In Confluence Cloud, page edit mode macros typically are rendered in a modern style. For SharePoint Connector for Confluence macros the modern style includes a preview of the embedded SharePoint document respectively list:
For migrated pages, however, the macros are rendered in “classic style” (like they are at Confluence Server respectively Data Center):
This applies not only to migrated macro instances but also to newly added ones.
Fallbacks for not yet supported features
At the moment, not all features of SharePoint Connector for Confluence which are available in for Server respectively Data Center version are supported in the Cloud version, too. For the already supported features see User’s Guide (Cloud).
Document Macro: Display Option “Responsive View”
For a migrated page, if in the original page the display option “Fixed View” or “Responsive View” was configured for a macro then in the migrated page the configured display option will be “Embed”.
List Macro: Default View
In SharePoint Connector for Confluence Server/Data Center the default view configured for a list in SharePoint is applied in the same way as for the SharePoint List macro in Confluence. SharePoint Connector for Confluence Cloud does not yet support this feature, i.e. there are always displayed the columns Title/Name, Modified and Modified By.