Like most of our customers you probably will create diagrams using draw.io within Confluence. Once in a while you may still have to export those diagrams for various reasons including... ...sharing your diagrams with a third party that doesn't have access to Confluence. ...embedding your infographics into an external system. There are many ways [...]
It's easy to work with files of other formats in draw.io. One of the more common diagramming formats, especially used in large companies, is the .vsdx format. Because not everyone in the company has access to this diagramming tool, they can use draw.io to open, edit and export .vsdx diagrams.
As with most drawing tools, you can export to a wide range of formats with draw.io. But which format should you use?
If you are using a platform or creating a document that can't embed a draw.io diagram, you'll want to export it as an image. Importing is just as important, especially if you want to move your diagrams from another diagramming tool into draw.io to take advantage of its rich features.
Draw.io has added support for publishing diagrams as standalone webpages and to embed them using in an existing webpage. This makes it easy to share diagrams with friends and with colleagues if you are not using draw.io within Confluence.
Diagrams (below a certain size) can now be exported as URLs https://www.draw.io/...
Some fonts are created to provide a good output for specific character sets, at the expense of the Latin character rendering in that set. In draw.io you can, attempt to, use any font you wish. Select a shape(s), select the text panel on the right, click the font name, select custom and enter the [...]