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Choose Your Own Misery: a Book Created with Gliffy

Do you love coming to work every single day? Do weekends depress you? Would you work even if you weren’t getting paid? If you answered yes, then good for you … Continue Reading →


New Features: Visio VSDX Import & Mindmaps

We’ve just released the latest updates for Gliffy Online and Gliffy for Confluence & JIRA, and they’re big. Additions Include Gliffy Mindmaps Mindmaps are the latest addition to the Gliffy … Continue Reading →

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The Return of Djedi

Our robot mascot Djedi has been making cameo appearances in various disguises on our blog, at conferences and in emails. He is a champion of Gliffy company values and we … Continue Reading →


One Keystroke to Speedy Code

Earlier this year, we focused on top feature requests like layers, better printing and copying of styles. But as developers, when we add features or even fix bugs, we sometimes … Continue Reading →

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Six Places That Are Truly Making the World a Better Place

The year seems to be flying by. And the passing of another quarter means that we are able to offer support to six more organizations we find incredibly inspiring: Oakland … Continue Reading →


New Gliffy Mindmaps: Put the ‘Storm’ in ‘Brainstorm’

We’re super excited to announce the arrival of our latest feature: MINDMAPS! It’s something a lot of you have been asking for and the team has been hard at work … Continue Reading →


Be Amazing at Summer Vacation Planning

Diagrams are super versatile tools that can help you win at life. Take vacation planning for example. Most of us are fairly disorganized. Things tend to get mixed up and … Continue Reading →

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Shhh…a Top-Secret Way to Use Layers!

Recently, we introduced layers into Gliffy. In the course of trying this new addition we stumbled upon a pretty cool trick. As it turns out, using layers is a great … Continue Reading →


Gliffy Company Values

Company values can be a tricky thing. They are supposed to be the heart and soul of an organization and represent what it stands for, but so often even if … Continue Reading →

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How to Use Diagrams to Improve Employee Onboarding

You know what’s not fun? Spending a lot of time, money and effort finding and then onboarding someone great just to have them leave a few months later. Hiring and … Continue Reading →