How to Make a Use Case Diagram in UML | Gliffy UML Diagramming Tutorial

Use Case diagrams in UML are used to describe the requirements or functionality of a system. By learning how to make a use case diagram in UML, you can clearly and consistently think through what your system needs to be able to do for its users. Use case diagrams are one of many UML diagram types.

Gliffy is an easy-to-use UML diagramming tool that comes pre-loaded with all the shapes you need to make a use case diagram. In this quick use case diagram tutorial, you’ll learn how to draw a use case diagram in Confluence, Jira, or Online.

We’ll cover:
🔹 How to set up the diagram tool with UML shapes
🔹 Use case diagram examples and templates built into Gliffy
🔹 The basics of actors, systems, use cases, and relationships
🔹 How use case diagrams help you understand the functionality of what you need to build
🔹 …and more.

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