draw.io for diagrams on all platforms
Unlike many software companies, our team develops draw.io using their preferred operating system and browser - whether that is Windows, macOS or Linux, and Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Edge. We each prefer a different combination of OS and browser, an ideal way to ensure draw.io works everywhere.
Web applications are cross-platform
As draw.io is a web application, it is naturally cross-platform - it works on all operating systems and in all modern browsers.
Such web applications like draw.io get cached in your browser, but different browsers cache web applications inconsistently. We release editor updates several times a month, so to see the new draw.io functionality, or troubleshoot any odd behaviour in the editor, you should clear your browser’s cache.
Follow these links to reset only the draw.io app data that is stored in your browser.
Tip: If you are using draw.io Desktop, select Help > Check for Updates from the menu. If a newer version is available, follow the prompts to install it.
Diagram on mobile devices too
For a larger and less cluttered drawing canvas, touch screen users see draw.io’s new simple mode or Sketch whiteboard editor theme by default, including those diagramming in Confluence on mobile devices. Click on the toolbars and menu to open any other panels and dialogs you need.
If you prefer to use the original editor layout, select a new theme via the menu, or tap on the sun/moon in the top right and switch modes.
See more tips for using draw.io on touch screens
Diagram directly in your content platform
You aren’t limited to using draw.io in your browser, or our standalone desktop app. You can diagram wherever you work.
In Atlassian Confluence and Jira - with extra functionality for mass importing diagrams, version control, extended search, editor customisation, a list of all diagrams, and more.
Using Google Workplace or Google Classroom - embed diagrams in Docs, Sheets, and Slides, and store diagram files in Google Drive.
With Microsoft Office - embed diagrams in Word, Powerpoint and Excel, discuss diagrams in Teams, and store diagram files in Microsoft OneDrive.
Tip: draw.io for Confluence, Google Drive, and OneDrive all provide you with real-time collaboration with shared cursors on shared diagrams.
Browser extensions to integrate diagramming
Many third-parties have integrated the draw.io editor into their content platforms with browser and application extensions.