Sometimes you don’t want to connect to any particular connection point, but to the edge of a shape. And perhaps you want one end of a connector to move and the other to stay in one position. There are two types of connections, indicated with blue and green frames in draw.io.
Summit Europe 2017 is already over – an incredibly packed few days where we had the chance to meet a great bunch of like-minded people and spread the word about how useful diagramming and draw.io are to everyone. The draw.io competition received some very creative entries, and the winning diagram was excellent. Here are some photos and competition diagrams from the event.
We want to invite you to test draw.io for Confluence at Summit Europe. You won’t only learn just how how cool and useful this diagramming tool is, but you will also have the chance to win a fabulous prize: Visualize your daily routine at our stand, and enter the raffle with the other participants to win a brand new MacBook!
Diagrams are too often hidden away on individual computers or on shared drives, and not included in the revision control process. draw.io for Confluence is different – because it is completely integrated with Confluence’s version history function, changes to diagrams are tracked automatically, and you can compare and restore old versions of diagrams with ease.
Are you tired of seeing low-resolution draw.io diagrams when you print from Google Docs? This is no longer a problem!
Support for high resolution images has been added to the Google Docs Add-on, which allows you to embed draw.io diagrams directly in your documents.