You can also have a look at our dedicated playlist on connectors in draw.io for Confluence, see https://drawio.link/connectors
It’s easy to connect shapes in draw.io:
– Drag connectors out from the blue arrows and drop them on another shape while they are outlined in blue to create floating connectors.
– Click on one of these blue arrows to duplicate your shape and connect it automatically.
– Click and drag a connector from one of the fixed connection points (crosses in a green circle) to add a fixed connector.
– Change the arrows and connector styles in the format panel.
Read about the different types of connectors on our blog: https://about.draw.io/floating-and-fixed-connections-in-draw-io/
Get your 30 day trial – draw.io is available on the Atlassian Marketplace (https://drawio.link/marketplace)
Or learn more about diagramming with draw.io at https://drawio-app.com/learning.You can also have a look at our blog (https://drawio-app.com/blog) to always stay up to date on new draw.io features in Confluence and Jira.
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