November 29, 2021

Gliffy's Integration Makes Diagramming Even Easier

Project Management
Diagrams for Businesses
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About the Integration

Gliffy’s latest integration brings drag-and-drop diagramming to, one of the leading “Work OS” and work management solutions. Through the Gliffy app in the marketplace, Gliffy Online users can create, open, and edit diagrams without ever leaving their workspace in

With Gliffy Online, diagramming in takes just a few clicks. You can get started with a free trial today >>

What is

As teams and organizations seek to increase productivity and improve collaboration while working remotely or across offices, managing complex projects and keeping track of feedback and approvals can be a challenge. is one of several leading work management tools that has emerged as a solution. is designed to be a flexible platform that allows teams to build their own workflows to fit their needs. These can be used for general project management, but can also be used to create dashboards and share data or analytics across teams, track inventory or sales leads, collect feedback via forms, and more.

You can learn more about and sign up for a free trial or demo via their homepage. Or, learn more about the integration with on our integration page.

How Diagramming Fits in

Current users will be familiar with the “boards” associated with each project in These are views of tasks, calendars, and other resources that appear as tabs in the app. With Gliffy added to your workspace, you can add diagrams as their own board view alongside the tasks and information in your project.

This is helpful for building references and documentation across all types of work:

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How to Use Gliffy with

To get started, you’ll need a free trial or paid account with both Gliffy Online and Read on for step-by-step instructions or check out our tutorial video for a walkthrough.

Add Your First Diagram

Follow these basic steps to get started:

1. Install the Gliffy app

From the Gliffy app on marketplace, click the blue “Get Started” button in the upper right. You may be prompted to sign up or log in to

Screenshot of Gliffy's marketplace listing

2. Open the board where you'd like to add a diagram and select "Add view," then "Apps"

Board views in are like tabs containing information about your project. Every diagram you want to add will need to be added as its own view.

Screenshot of a board

3. Use the search bar or scroll to find Gliffy

Gliffy will be listed under the "Marketplace Apps" category.

Screenshot of the app marketplace

4. Click "Open in board"

This will add a board view of the Gliffy editor. You may be prompted to sign in to your Gliffy Online account or sign up for a free trial of Gliffy Online, if you haven't yet.

Screenshot of the Gliffy editor within the board

5. Diagram away!

You can now create a diagram directly within If you're already a Gliffy user, you can also open a diagram from your documents.

Diagramming within the board

Managing Diagrams in Gliffy Online and

Diagrams created in will also be available in your Gliffy Online account, which can be accessed by logging in to Any updates made to your diagrams in one place will be reflected in the other location.

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Tips for Using Gliffy

Gliffy is an intuitive, drag-and-drop diagramming tool, whether you use it online or within There are some slight user interface changes between the main diagramming app and the integration, but using Gliffy is intuitive and straightforward in both places. All of our Getting Started Videos will be a great place to learn more about using Gliffy, but here are a few of our favorite how-to resources:

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Use Gliffy's App for Easy Diagramming

Both and Gliffy hope to make planning and executing work easier than ever. While will help your team track and manage projects and details, you can use Gliffy to quickly visualize your ideas or create important visual documentation to help your team collaborate. Be sure to sign up for a free trial and test the integration for yourself.

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