Atlassian Summit Europe 2018 starts in less than a week! Sign up for our exclusive information sessions, grab a coffee and chat with us at the Linchpin and draw.io booths in the Expo Hall. We hope to see you in Barcelona on 2-5 September!
The next Atlassian Summit is almost upon us! It’s the largest customer and user conference organized by the software developer. At the beginning of May, we flew with a 14-strong team to Barcelona. Our typical presence at the US event in San José on 12-14 September will be a little smaller this time, with a core team of five people. We are already on our way, heading for California.
At this year’s Summit in San José, we met up with a large number of colleagues from other Atlassian Partners, and asked them to answer the question: “Describe //SEIBERT/MEDIA in one word!”
The draw.io Confluence add-on is ideal for creating professional diagrams of all types, but can be daunting for new users who have never worked with a diagramming tool before. We’ve now made available a growing collection of user documentation, cheat sheets and demonstration videos to help new users get comfortable with draw.io.
Have you ever faced the challenge where you must put an enormous amount of information in one single diagram? In version 6.2 of draw.io, there is an alternative to both the huge and multiple diagram dilemmas: diagrams that consist of several pages.
For customers who wish to upgrade from Gliffy to draw.io, or who want to run both add-ons temporarily or permanently, draw.io comes with a practical feature: Gliffy mass import. All diagrams created with Gliffy can be quickly and easily imported into draw.io, and edited as if they were native draw.io diagrams.
The draw.io diagramming tool for Confluence is the highest rated Confluence add-on in the Atlassian ecosystem. With the new version 6.1, draw.io could become even more popular: Text within diagrams in Confluence is now indexed and searchable.
The highest rated diagramming solution for Atlassian products is called draw.io and is available as an add-on for Confluence from the marketplace. A Confluence user who hasn’t used similar diagramming tools will need time to familiarize themselves with draw.io, to learn how to use the basic functions, and then build on these skills. Our draw.io team has created cheat sheets for new users, available below.
Do you often include your own graphics and icons in your diagrams? The new version of the diagramming tool draw.io for Confluence allows you to quickly and easily import your own libraries and use your custom Shapes. In this tutorial, we will show you how to work with custom libraries within draw.io.
Regular readers of this blog or subscribers to our English YouTube channel will know Sherif Mansour, Confluence Product Manager at Atlassian in Sydney. We have published many fun interviews on various topics with Sherif. At the recent 2016 AtlasCamp in Barcelona, the large developer conference by Atlassian, we met again with Sherif, and offered him another opportunity to speak with us on camera.