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What is Gliffy?

Gliffy is a plugin that allows you to add Dynamic Diagrams to your wiki page(s). For more information click here.

Some things to use Gliffy for.

  • Flowcharts
  • UML and ERD Diagrams
  • BPMN / Workflow Processes
  • Decision Models
  • Network Diagrams
  • Business & Home Networks
  • Server Rack Designs
  • AWS and Cisco Architectures
  • UI Wireframes
  • Websites and Desktop Applications
  • iPhone / iOS and Android Apps
  • Org Charts
  • Product Roadmaps
  • Mind Maps
  • Import Microsoft Visio *.vsdx and *.vdx Diagrams

Getting started with Gliffy

  1. On the top right of  a page you want to add a diagram too, click on the  icon. Then, select "Gliffy Diagram". 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. This will open up a selection menu, allowing you to chose different shapes/diagram building components based on your workflow. From here, you can also import in gliffy files and save gliffy files. Once you have decided on the diagram/template, select "Create" at the bottom of the page.

 

 

3. This opens up the gliffy editing system, as shown below. Once you have created your diagram you must first select the Save button and choose a filename. Then, click on exit to return to your wiki page with the gliffy diagram added in.

 

 

4. The end result will appear in the wiki page looking similar to below:

Gliffy

 

 

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