Julie Andrews once sang about her favorite things, and today, one of our team's designers, Diana Schweizer, would like to do the same thing. Well, ok, perhaps not in a song, but she would like to share a few of her most used features to add efficiency to her everyday tasks. You might not [...]
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.
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.
What things are important to consider when evaluating collaborative diagramming tools? See what aspects you should look at when picking a tool for your organization.
Not everyone is connected to the internet at all times. There will be times when you will want to keep working on diagrams, even when offline. No problems! draw.io works offline in all of the popular browsers.
In this new draw.io release, you can now import and display diagrams with the following file formats: Gliffy, VSDX, PNG (with XML), SVG, and JPEG.
This new release of draw.io supports GitHub, using OAuth, which means that draw.io never will see your GitHub password. Diagrams can be opened from, saved, and exported to your repositories. Note that there is a 1MB file size limit on files stored in GitHub. Step 1: Open draw.io To use draw.io with GitHub, go to the [...]
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.
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 [...]
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).