Say hello to our versatile 3D objects!

As promised in our last post, where we unveiled Creately’s forward thinking Text capabilities, we are now thrilled to offer a fresh new perspective, in this post, on our intuitive KObjects, namely 3D versions of the CubeCylinder and Cone. So why is this such BIG news? We’ve listed ‘em out for you below.

1. Cool Features

   

What we actually did was to create 3D objects that have a list of features associated with it. As you can see below, you can change the Position & Size of these objects along with the 3D Angle andCube Depth as well.

    

2. Such versatile Fun!

Click and drag either one of the 3D objects onto the editor and you are sure to have oodles of fun, creating and designing diagrams, like a rocket blasting off into space, a pencil and even the Tower of Hanoi below.

We’ve already established that creating complex diagrams, such as UML diagramswireframes andmockups are easy. But Creately has also quite a bit of a fun side to it, as seen by the screen shots above.

 

3. Better usability = Simple but Beautiful Diagrams

What better way to highlight this sentiment than to draw a system architecture diagram. Having a 3D look and feel to the whole diagram is certainly something that makes it look better, more interesting and beautiful.


That wraps up this post, in the meanwhile, do spread the word to your friends and peers and other aficionados of diagramming. For more interesting announcements and tips and trends on diagramming, stay tuned to this space.

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Creately for Confluence goes LIVE!

How cool is this? As posted a few days back, we announced Creately for Confluence in Beta. While that really was some cause for celebration, we have now officially gone LIVE! We’re sure you already checked out our brand spanking new page, but if you haven’t, check it out here. The best part about all this is that you can indulge in the same user loved experience that Creately has become so well known for.

With Creately for Confluence you can -

  • Attach diagrams to your Confluence wiki pages or blogs with one click.
  • Flowcharts, mockups, wireframes, UML diagrams, sitemaps or just about any other type of diagram is just so easy to draw.
  • Creately’s drag and drop functionality, 1-click connect feature makes diagramming just exciting and fun.
  • All your diagrams are seamlessly integrated and stored inside the Confluence server.

But the good news does not stop there. We’ve come up with an interesting pricing structure that is very reasonable. Just think, for a mere $99, 3 users can enjoy using Creately for Confluence. The cool thing about this is that regardless of how many users you have on Confluence, you can get started with 3 editors. To get more details on the pricing structure, visit us here. Also, as a hurray for our launch announcement we’ve made this plugin available to you at a 40% discount. So you can now use the code ‘c0nflu3nc3l4nuc‘ when you check-out to get 40% off your purchase. This launch offer is limited until the 15th of July!

We’d love to hear from all of you using Creately for Confluence how we can make Creately’s seamless integration work better for you. If you haven’t still got Creately for Confluence, install it now with a few simple steps. It comes with a 14-day free trial! And watch our video to explore how easy diagramming is with Creately inside your Confluence server.

Want to share your thoughts on Creately for Confluence and our plans? Go right ahead and connect with us here.

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