draw.io – Diagrams in Confluence: Testimonial from Thomas Krause (Agilent Technologies)

"No context switching, good support, extensibility, great potential"Thomas Krause from Agilent Technologies provides a short testimonial about draw.io for Confluence in the video below.draw.io is a mature diagramming add-on for Confluence, which is directly integrated into Confluence pages with an intuitive and responsible interface, allowing users to develop all types of diagrams: flow charts, network diagrams, organization charts, UML diagrams, mind [...]

By |2017-01-12T12:00:49+01:00January 12th, 2017|Categories: feedback|Tags: , , , |

Testimonial: draw.io for Confluence in the Workflow of a Software Development Team (Utoolity)

Why use draw.io as a diagramming tool in Confluence? draw.io is a mature add-on for the creation of professional diagrams in Confluence, which is provided by //SEIBERT/MEDIA in the Atlassian Marketplace. draw.io is based on market-leading diagramming technology, and is the most feature-rich Confluence add-on of its type. Steffen Opel, Managing Director of the software company Utoolity GmbH, uses draw.io extensively in [...]

By |2017-01-05T12:32:33+01:00January 5th, 2017|Categories: feedback|Tags: , , , |

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 [...]

By |2016-11-18T12:00:08+01:00November 18th, 2016|Categories: feature|Tags: , , , , |

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). 

By |2016-11-14T17:00:56+01:00November 14th, 2016|Categories: feature|Tags: , , , , , |

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 [...]

By |2020-04-03T11:56:52+01:00November 8th, 2016|Categories: learning|Tags: , , , , |

draw.io gets a cheat sheet and a training concept – stay tuned

It's one of these moments when you find out that self-organized teams really kick-ass. I just stumbled into a room where I thought I was entering the co-working area for our small draw.io team here in Wiesbaden, Germany. Instead of Inga and Diana, I found a crowd of people: Training for draw.io [...]

By |2016-11-02T16:40:24+01:00November 2nd, 2016|Categories: news|Tags: , , , , |

draw.io Diagrams for Confluence

This release updates to draw.io release 5.7.2.0 and adds, notably: - Text in shape labels is now indexed in Confluence search when diagrams are saved. - The mass Gliffy importer has a range of improvements in fidelity, task stability and reporting. https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.mxgraph.confluence.plugins.diagramly/server/overview

By |2016-10-27T12:05:48+01:00October 27th, 2016|Categories: integration|Tags: , |