Migrate your Kimono Projects to Portia

Note: Portia is no longer available for new users. It has been disabled for all the new organisations from August 20, 2018 onward.

Heads up, Kimono Labs users!

Today, we are releasing a tool to help you migrate your Kimono projects to Portia.

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All you have to do is provide your Kimono credentials and let it convert your Kimono projects into Portia projects.

You will then be able to run those projects on Scrapy Cloud or on your own Portia instance, since Portia is open source.

Stay tuned for the Portia 2.0 beta release coming soon!

Portia 2.0 comes with a brand new user interface that we designed based on a meticulous study of real world users led by our UX team – and of course all existing Portia spiders will continue to be supported.

It also includes some long-awaited features:

  • Automatic detection of similar items on a page
  • Extraction of items with nested structure
  • A single attribute can now be assigned to multiple fields

We're excited to ensure that your work continues uninterrupted.

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