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draw.io in many languages = diagramming for everyone 

draw.io is on a mission to take over the world! Or at least to provide diagramming to everyone in their native language. We'd love your help - here's how you can participate and help translate draw.io.

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Analysing vulnerabilities with threat modelling in draw.io

You can use draw.io to create your diagrams for threat modelling - DFDs, PFDs, Attack Diagrams and more. The custom libraries in draw.io make this easy.

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Calculate draw.io’s budget for the coming years in Confluence Server and Data Center

Since Confluence has become a trusted tool for visualizations, draw.io should also be an essential part of your Confluence toolkit in the long-term.  We'd like to show you how you can plan for the [...]

By |November 6th, 2019|Categories: draw.io|Comments Off on Calculate draw.io’s budget for the coming years in Confluence Server and Data Center

Onboarding made easy with the draw.io Minimal Tutorial

Communication diagrams are another way to visualize the information more commonly represented by UML sequence diagrams. They are simpler than sequence diagrams and only show the messages that pass between the objects. See how you can create UML communication diagrams with draw.io.

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New draw.io features since Atlassian Summit 2019

Since the Atlassian Summit in April, 2019, we've added some useful features, including view filtering in Confluence, as well as rulers, guidelines and measurements. AWS and GCP shape libraries also contain this year's icon updates from Amazon and Google.

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Filter diagrams by page and layers in Confluence Server

You can now filter the draw.io macro in Confluence Server to display a specific diagram page and one or more layers. The various views of your filtered diagram will be exported and printed exactly as they are displayed.

By |October 15th, 2019|Categories: Features|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Filter diagrams by page and layers in Confluence Server

UML communication diagrams

Communication diagrams are another way to visualize the information more commonly represented by UML sequence diagrams. They are simpler than sequence diagrams and only show the messages that pass between the objects. See how you can create UML communication diagrams with draw.io.

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Curved connectors in draw.io diagrams

Are you frustrated with boring straight connectors? Use curved connectors in draw.io to make your diagrams more fun for your readers.

By |September 11th, 2019|Categories: Features|Tags: , |Comments Off on Curved connectors in draw.io diagrams

Updates to draw.io Desktop

Desktop versions pre 10.7.5 are strongly recommend to download and install a new desktop build draw.io Desktop versions prior to 10.7.5 have a critical security flaw, so we're disabling them all, sorry. To [...]

By |August 20th, 2019|Categories: draw.io|Comments Off on Updates to draw.io Desktop