Now that you've learnt how to insert and modify shapes, add text and use connectors, it's time to put it all together. In this exercise you'll learn some more advanced formatting options by using the format panel on the right hand side.
Now that you are comfortable modifying an existing diagram by editing shapes, it's time to build one from scratch. You'll need to add shapes from the symbol library, draw connections between the shapes, and add text to both the shapes and the connectors.
In this draw.io exercise you aren't just changing the colors, but you will change their shapes, sizes and rotations, as well as copy multiple shapes.
Once you know how to create a draw.io diagram, and add draw.io diagrams to Confluence, the next step is to edit one!
The first part of our training course covers the basics: Adding a diagram to a Confluence page and editing existing diagrams.
We have created a foundational self-directed training course for draw.io. This course expands upon the concise Getting Started with draw.io for Confluence, giving you a deeper understanding of diagramming and helping you work with draw.io more effectively and efficiently.
We had an incredible time at the first ever Atlassian Summit Europe 2017, where draw.io was the diamond sponsor. We got to network with a great bunch of people at our pre-event information session, and meet [...]
To go with our earlier blog post explaining why diagrams are so powerful and important, we've created a new infographic. You can use this to persuade your co-workers and management to make draw.io available to [...]
On 29th June 2017 Atlassian announced a new pricing structure for JIRA and Confluence Cloud as well as all Marketplace add-ons for Cloud, to make the pricing structure more flexible. Here's how it might affect you.
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