Do more with diagramming: Combine the powers of and Miro

If your work requires you to create diagrams, you might be familiar with (also, an open-source, web-based diagramming tool offering complex and niche diagrams: network diagrams, server rack diagrams, floor plans, and more.  

You might also use Miro, an innovation workspace that lets you virtually collaborate with colleagues on a variety of tasks and projects — whether it’s brainstorming, planning, designing, or building the next big thing. It doesn’t matter if you’re mapping out a complex process, visualizing a system or cloud architectures, or just trying to make sense of your thoughts, Miro’s user-friendly interface makes it easy for everyone to contribute.

Miro and are both powerful diagramming tools, but using them together is even better. 

Why we like offers a wide range of advanced features, such as custom libraries, data linking, and export options. By using within Miro, teams can leverage these powerful features to collaborate on sophisticated diagrams.

Here is just some of what you can do with in Miro:

  • Import existing diagrams built in Lucidchart, Gliffy, and Visio. No need to start from scratch. Seamlessly move your existing diagrams from other tools into Drawio to take your work over the finish line — without losing context.
  • Export diagrams as SVG, PDF, VSDX, and more. Easily share your diagrams with partners, customers, and other stakeholders using a variety of file formats.
  • Leverage thousands of highly technical shapes. supports niche shapes, plans, electrical circuits, and other visualizations often unavailable in other tools. This includes ArchiMate enterprise architecture modeling language. 

Learn how to get started with the Miro-built app to build floor plans, electrical circuits, or any number of other diagrams.

Why and Miro together is awesome has been around since 2005, so it’s been battle-tested by longtime users and the open-source community. It’s a popular choice for those seeking a tried-and-true diagramming solution. By using in Miro, you get even more out of it.


By using within Miro, teams can collaborate on even more diagram types. After one user builds the diagram and adds it to a board, the rest of the team can join in to add stickies, comments, and other feedback, fostering a more collaborative and efficient work environment.

Centralized workspace

By using in Miro, you can keep all project-related content, including diagrams, in one centralized location. This makes it easier for teams to access, share, and reference diagrams alongside other project materials, such as notes, documents, and images. The result? No more silos.

Tool consolidation

The Okta 2024 Businesses at Work report indicates that large companies (those with 2,000 or more employees) use an average of 231 apps. Why not make your life easier and consolidate tools, and get the best of both worlds. 

How to use in Miro

Using in Miro is easy. To launch the app, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the creation toolbar on the left.
  2. Click the More apps icon (+) and type: diagrams.
  3. Launch the Diagrams app.

Watch this video to see how you can create and collaborate on any type of diagram, including importing from other tools into Miro:

Build a diagram in Miro today

As you can see, is a fantastic diagramming tool offering a wide variety of shapes and a high level of customization, and together with Miro you can bring your diagrams and people together in one workspace.

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