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Robin Williams: Laughing & Crying

Last night, comedian, actor, beloved public figure, and Bay Area icon Robin Williams died of depression. He was only 63, but he had lived countless lives in the public consciousness. … Continue Reading →


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Gliffy Confluence Plugin Hits Version 6.2

We’re happy to announce a slew of satisfying reasons for you to launch Gliffy Confluence Plugin version 6.2. Just released, this latest upgrade adds a number of features to make … Continue Reading →


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Gliffy JIRA Plugin 4.0 Accelerates with HTML5

Gliffy JIRA Plugin just took a giant leap forward! New version 4.0 — available now — ditches Flash in favor of HTML5. This makes your favorite diagram editor faster, foxier, … Continue Reading →


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Can the U.S.A. Advance in the World Cup?

It’s a simple question: what needs to happen for the United States Men’s National Team to advance to the Round of 16 in the 2014 World Cup? The answer, luckily, … Continue Reading →


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Adjust the Opacity in Shapes

Did you know you can adjust the opacity of shapes in Gliffy? It’s really simple.   Select an object and click on the opacity dropdown in our contextual properties dialog. … Continue Reading →


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Gliffy brings visual diagrams to Google Docs

Today we’re pleased to announce a new Google Docs add-on that enables you to collaborate visually with flowcharts and diagrams directly in your Google documents. The Gliffy add-on for Google … Continue Reading →


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Create More Effective Wireframes With Our New UI Shapes

Creating wireframes is one of the fastest ways to communicate and collect feedback on your app or website designs so we’ve improved our UI shapes to make this even easier … Continue Reading →


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Custom Shape Libraries (and where to find awesome SVG files to fill them)

A few weeks ago we announced at Atlassian’s Summit that you can now make Custom Shape Libraries in Gliffy which means you’re no longer limited to our default shapes.  Do … Continue Reading →


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How Sausage is Made: Developing New UML Features in Gliffy

A few months ago I got a fun and open ended task: Improve the UML use case for Gliffy. This post is about the thought process behind the features we … Continue Reading →


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Gliffy Leads the Diagramming Revolution at Atlassian’s Summit 2013

2013 marks our seventh year as a partner with Atlassian. When we started, we had the revolutionary idea to develop platform independent internet applications that make communicating visually and collaborating … Continue Reading →