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Taming workflow diagrams by linking to another page within draw.io

Sometimes creating a diagram for your workflows can result in something much larger than you anticipated.  You may have many details that get lost in the jungle of shapes.  Did you know you can [...]

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draw.io diagrams for Software Development processes

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 [...]

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Customise default colours, fonts, styles and the draw.io UI in Confluence Cloud

As an administrator, you can customise draw.io in Confluence Cloud to make it easier and faster for your users to create diagrams following your company's particular style by setting default colours, style palettes, and [...]

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Merry Christmas 2019

2019 is coming to a close and it's time to slow down, put up a Christmas tree and put presents under it for your loved ones.  Our goal this year is to give you [...]

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Linking content in draw.io diagrams

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 [...]

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