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Google Docs Add-On Launches With Professional Diagramming From Gliffy

Effortlessly Create Visual Flowcharts Inside Any Google Doc With the Gliffy Diagrams Add-On

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/11/14 -- Gliffy, Inc., a leader in diagramming and business graphics applications, today announced a Google Docs add-on to enable users to collaborate visually with flowcharts and diagrams directly in Google documents.

Gliffy boosts productivity and enables users to communicate more effectively through an easy to use diagram editor. The visual diagrams add-on for Google Docs requires no downloads and is fully HTML 5 compliant, making it easy to illustrate documents with relevant diagrams and flowcharts.

"As business use of Google Docs continues to grow, the demand for visual collaborations will only increase," said Han Lee, Senior Product Manager at Gliffy. "We worked closely with the Google team to incorporate professional diagram technology into the Google Docs experience."

The Gliffy diagram add-on will provide users with the ability to visually communicate ideas, document processes, and create charts that are professional and polished. Google Docs users can now easily create professional looking diagrams and flowcharts in Google documents, presentations, and drawings.

The Gliffy diagrams add-on for Google Docs includes:

  • Easy-to-use Editor: leverage snap-to-grid, drawing guides, shape alignment, and distribution tools
  • Extensive Shape Library: collaborate visually with hundreds of drag and drop shapes, arrows, and icons
  • Revision Control: automatically store each version you save, so you can track changes and rollback when required

Google Docs users will be able to use the Gliffy diagrams add-on to create flowcharts, UI mockups, wireframes, network maps, business process models, org charts, venn diagrams, SWOT analysis, UML, ERD, technical drawings, and more. Gliffy diagram and flowchart solutions are available in Free, Standard, and Professional versions.

For more information on Gliffy, follow our blog at http://www.gliffy.com/blog/.

About Gliffy

Gliffy is a leading provider of online diagramming tools for enabling visually impactful, collaborative communications. Along with Gliffy Online, other products include fully featured, tightly integrated plug-ins for Atlassian's Confluence and JIRA and Microsoft Office. Gliffy offers a powerful, cost-effective alternative to Visio(c), featuring an intuitive drag-and-drop interface that combines the power of traditional desktop software with the lightweight, low learning curve and flexible features of today's most popular browser-based applications. Founded in 2005 and headquartered in San Francisco, California, Gliffy is self-funded and privately held. More information is available at www.gliffy.com.

About Google Inc.

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) is a global technology leader focused on improving the ways people connect with information. Google's innovations in web search and advertising have made its website a top Internet property and its brand one of the most recognized in the world.

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