It’s been an exciting December at Lucid Software. Lately, we’ve put a huge amount of focus on making sure Lucidchart works wherever you do. We want you to be able to access your diagrams anywhere, including within the tools you already use. With this in mind, we’ve made some powerful updates to our Confluence and JIRA integrations. Be sure to check them out if you haven’t yet.Feature Spotlight | 1 Comment
Nothing can make growing a business easy. But these strategies, shared by Zenefits’ CRM manager, can make it more manageable.
Since its launch in 2013, more than 10,000 companies have begun managing employee benefits through Zenefits. Unsurprisingly, keeping up with demand for its free HR software hasn’t been easy. And perhaps no one is more familiar with those challenges than Gram Bischof, who optimizes Salesforce use across the entire company.Tech Talk, Thought Leadership, Uncategorized | Tagged business, growth, productivity, scaling, Zenefits | Leave a comment
This is a guest post by Chelsey Lang, a Social Media and Marketing Executive for Clearvision.
If there was a definitive answer to “how do we collaborate effectively?” the world would be a much simpler place. Unfortunately, a lot of the time it boils down to “it depends.” Collaboration depends on the people involved, their requirements, the software they use, and the methods of communication they prefer.Thought Leadership | Tagged collaboration, diagramming, tool adoption, visualization | Leave a comment
Beyonce vs. Michael Jackson. Taylor Swift vs. Katy Perry. Vote for your fave in our Songtacular Flowdown!July 14, 2015
Who that knew flowcharts and pop music are the perfect combination?
Several years ago, a Lucidchart fan created this video, which breaks down the Beatles’ classic “Hey Jude” into a flowchart set to music. It was all kinds of awesome and quickly got attention on the web. We loved it so much that we’ve decided to continue the trend by adapting some additional hits into the flowchart format, starting with “Roar” by Katy Perry.Uncategorized | 1 Comment
Try as it might, even Google can’t do everything perfectly. While Google Apps for Work has become the productivity suite of choice for over five million businesses, including Lucid Software, it has yet to match the intricate functionality of its desktop forerunners, some of which enjoy as much as a 25-year head start on their cloud-based replacements.Uncategorized | 1 Comment
By now, you’ve probably seen Avengers: Age of Ultron. It was a huge box office success, but you can’t please everyone—especially fans of comic book movies. See if this flowchart accurately predicts your pet peeve about the film.Diagram of the month | Tagged age of ultron, avengers, avengers: age of ultron, film critique, films, movies, pet peeves | Leave a comment
At Lucidchart, we believe that a good diagram can help answer any question, even one as tricky as purchasing a new Apple Watch. Follow this handy flowchart to see if buying one is right for you.Diagram of the month | Leave a comment
Over the past year, our team discovered something: Lucidchart users don’t always show off their diagrams within Lucidchart. Instead, they typically export documents as PNG or JPG files, add them to Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, and present to their supervisor or co-workers.
While we’re pleased that our export options are so popular, we want to save people those extra steps. After surveying users, we saw a need to make Lucidchart itself a great presentation tool. That’s why we developed our brand new presentation mode.Feature Spotlight | 12 Comments
Do you need a quick way to open OmniGraffle documents? Try Lucidchart’s free OmniGraffle (.graffle) file viewer for Chrome and Firefox! You’ll be able to view files from your desktop, email, and the web.
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We’re excited to offer free OmniGraffle file import to Lucidchart users! Although OmniGraffle is a common desktop diagramming tool, no other online diagramming app currently offers import of OmniGraffle files.Feature Spotlight, Lucid News | Leave a comment