For those of you out there that are involved in software development, have you ever thought about using draw.io diagrams to help you visualize your final product? In order to better document and work through the process of optimizing an app for Linchpin Intranet in Confluence, the Linchpin team used draw.io diagrams to help [...]
By linking to or embedding an exciting draw.io diagram, you can display one diagram in a number of different locations in Confluence. Whenever you make changes to the master diagram, they are updated everywhere.
Many of you have been asking which options are available in order to link content to shapes within your draw.io diagrams in Confluence. The answer is: There are quite a few! Using this simple yet effective feature will help you extend what is already possible with draw.io. This post covers both the Cloud and [...]
When you want to create diagrams with draw.io, you have the option of choosing from a wide variety of built-in templates for all kinds of use cases. Sooner or later you will want to adapt these templates or even create your own diagrams from scratch that you might like to share with your colleagues [...]
Use custom fonts in draw.io easily by naming a different system font, a Google font, or by providing the URL to a custom web font in the .WOFF format.
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.
Are you frustrated with boring straight connectors? Use curved connectors in draw.io to make your diagrams more fun for your readers.
One of the most heavily used features in Confluence is the ability to comment on content, and now you can comment on draw.io diagrams in Confluence Server and Data Center!
With draw.io, you can take your comma delimited data (your CSV file), add some configuration 'code' to define how it should be formatted and connected, and create a diagram automatically! Have a look at our examples in this post, working from basic to complex.
Flowcharts, process diagrams, workflows, activity diagrams: No matter what they are called, they all visualize the steps, decisions and sometimes the interactions needed to get something done. There are many different types of flowcharts, and you can create them all using draw.io!