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.
Instead of a massive Summit so soon after the last two, Atlassian is holding smaller events around the world. Last week, the Atlassian Team Tour stopped in Berlin. We were there as one of the sponsors, and the event was packed, with about 200 attendees including customers, partners, vendors, experts - anyone interested in Atlassian [...]
Do you want to share the layout of a draw.io diagram but not the text, metadata or links it contains? It's easy when you use the anonymize plugin for draw.io - just one click, and draw.io replaces all text and labels within the diagram with random characters, and removes both metadata and links from all shapes, connectors and text elements.
draw.io will be at the Atlassian Team Tour event in Berlin on 15 February 2018 - drop by and say hi, come and ask us your diagramming and draw.io questions, we would be delighted to see you there!
If you are using Confluence, I'm sure you have extremely long pages, somewhere within your intranet. Anchors can make a long page more readable. You don't want to have to scroll through the whole page to get an overview from the many headings. Use draw.io to spice up a long Confluence page and capture the attention of your users.
There are many times when you simply want to update a diagram but don't want to change any of the text on a page within Confluence. That's easy to do with draw.io: Simply hover over the diagram while you are looking at the page in view mode to display the diagram's toolbar, and click the edit button.
The first part of our training course covers the basics: Adding a diagram to a Confluence page and editing existing diagrams.
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.
Diagrams are too often hidden away on individual computers or on shared drives, and not included in the revision control process. draw.io for Confluence is different - because it is completely integrated with Confluence's version history function, changes to diagrams are tracked automatically, and you can compare and restore old versions of diagrams with ease.
Diagramming is one of the most popular type of add-on for Confluence. It's easy to see why: so many departments, project, and working groups need to create and publish diagrams, and they want to keep the diagrams with their related text. Diagrams help people understand complex information faster. So, your company has installed draw.io for [...]