Diagrams with draw.io for Confluence: Content for Users and Prospective Customers

//SEIBERT/MEDIA is working together with the founders of JGraph - David Benson and Gaudenz Alder - to bring you draw.io, the popular and successful online diagramming tool, which is also available as an add-on for Confluence. But it has been a challenge: The development team has been so focused on the technical aspects, that there has been almost [...]

2017-08-30T13:00:41+00:00February 2nd, 2017|draw.io|

Diagramming in Confluence – Mass Import from Gliffy to draw.io

draw.io is the most powerful diagramming add-on for Confluence. It allows you to create and collaboratively develop graphs and diagrams of any kind, directly within Confluence pages: flow charts, network diagrams, organization charts, UML diagrams, mind maps and more. A second, mature add-on with similar features is Gliffy.For customers who wish to upgrade from Gliffy to [...]

2018-02-22T00:36:07+00:00November 18th, 2016|draw.io|

draw.io for Confluence: Multi-Page Diagrams

Confluence diagrams with multiple pages Have you ever faced the challenge where you must put an enormous amount of information in one single diagram? That is not a problem when using draw.io for Confluence, as the grid is highly scalable, and diagrams can contain hundreds or even thousands of objects. But a diagram must also be [...]

2017-08-30T13:08:44+00:00November 16th, 2016|draw.io|

Diagram Versioning in Confluence: Integrated Revision History with draw.io, Not Supported by Gliffy

The difference in how diagram versions are handled in the two most popular Confluence diagramming apps is massive: draw.io supports full version control integrated with Confluence's version history, but Gliffy only has rudimentary version control within the diagram itself (not integrated with the version history in Confluence). 

2017-09-13T12:34:10+00:00November 14th, 2016|draw.io|

draw.io Diagramming in Confluence: Cheat Sheets for Beginners

The highest rated diagramming solution for Atlassian products is called draw.io, and is available as an add-on for Confluence from the marketplace. You can create a huge range of diagrams natively in Confluence with draw.io, from classical organization charts, spatial plans and flow diagrams, through to process, UML, sequence or data flow diagrams, and also special cases like [...]

2017-09-12T12:39:05+00:00November 8th, 2016|draw.io|

Diagrams with draw.io for Confluence: Work with Custom Libraries

Do you often include your own graphics and icons in your diagrams? The new version of the diagramming tool draw.io for Confluence allows you to quickly and easily import your own libraries and use your custom Shapes. In this tutorial, we will show you how to work with custom libraries within draw.io. Open a [...]

2018-09-14T07:53:55+00:00November 7th, 2016|draw.io|