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 [...]
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.
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.
Create mockups faster with draw.io by editing a complex shape's properties. The new Properties panel lets you customise every aspect of your shapes, quickly and easily.
With draw.io you can use custom links, similar to hotspots that perform actions, which can be used toggle the display of groups of shapes on or off, or perform other useful actions.
You can now let everyone access the VSDX, Gliffy, Lucidchart and draw.io diagrams you create and store on the web, by simply using draw.io as a viewer.
Perhaps you are a person who hates working with black text on a white background? Or are you on a mobile device? draw.io offers different themes that change how it looks, including a couple of standard themes, a dark theme for nighttime work, and a minimal theme that is ideal for new users and mobile devices.
You can make diagramming faster and easier by customizing the draw.io interface in Confluence server instances. Do your diagrams need to match your corporate style? Are you sick of having to constantly set specific fonts or add colors to the palette each time you create a new diagram? Do you want to make a [...]
draw.io now supports line jumps, also known as edge jumps or bridges. These are used to show that lines cross each other, but do not connect.