Diagramming in Confluence: vsdx Import for draw.io

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2017-08-30T12:58:15+00:00 March 9th, 2017|draw.io, Integrations, Tutorial|

draw.io, the diagramming tool for Confluence, is perfectly suited to be used for a number of applications. From flow charts, to organization charts and mind maps, it allows you to create a wide variety of diagrams where you can clearly visualize complex processes and data.

For some time, draw.io has been offerering companies who use Atlassian Confluence in addition to creating vsdx diagrams, an import feature that brings vsdx diagrams into draw.io and into their intranet. For the past few weeks, this feature has been intensively expanded, and a number of customer requests for this feature have been added to the development queue. You can see all the new features in the most recent release, available now.

Importing vsdx files into draw.io

There are multiple ways to easily and quickly import vsdx data into draw.io:

1. Open draw.io within Confluence.

draw.io - new diagram in Confluence

2. Select File → Import.

draw.io - import file

3. Select the vsdx file you want to import.

draw.io - select file to import

 

4. Click on the “Import” button.

draw.io - import file

Alternatively, you can drag and drop a vsdx file directly into the draw.io editor.

Further information

Read more about this vsdx alternative for Confluence

 

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