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Visualize system interactions with a use case diagram tool

Miro’s use case diagram maker makes it easy to represent complex systems, use cases, actors, and interactions. Drag and drop shapes, invite collaborators, or save time with a template.

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A use case diagram maker built for collaboration

Miro is built for real-time collaboration, which means you don’t have to create a use case diagram alone. Invite collaborators to edit your board no matter how distributed your team is. Working on your diagram alone? Easily share it when you’re ready, and have viewers comment directly on your board.

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Why Miro is the best use case diagram maker

Diagramming shape packs

With smart diagramming tools, building a use case diagram online is as easy as dragging and dropping the shapes you need from right within Miro — including from our UML shape pack.

Plenty of diagramming templates

Kickstart your next project with one of Miro’s many ready-to-use diagramming templates, including a use case diagram template you can easily customize.

Smooth presentations and walkthroughs

Explaining your diagram to others has never been simpler — or more engaging. Use Presentation Mode to run live sessions or record interactive video and audio walkthroughs with Miro Talktrack.

Over 130 app integrations

Keep your team agile by integrating Miro’s use case diagram maker with other tools in your workflow, including popular platforms like Jira, Coda, Airtable, Trello, and more.

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How to make a use case diagram

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1

Set up your board

Create a new Miro board and invite any collaborators you want to create a use case diagram with.

2

Add actors and use cases

Head to the toolbar to explore Miro’s shapes library. Drag and drop the shapes you need to visualize use cases and actors.

3

Connect actors and use cases

Head to the toolbar again to use connection lines to visualize the relationships and interactions between use cases and actors.

4

Add labels and context

You’ll also find text boxes in the toolbar. Add a few of these if you need to label any shapes or lines in your diagram for important descriptions.

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Use case diagram maker FAQs

There are multiple ways to add shapes to your use case diagram in Miro. Select “Shape” on the toolbar, or press “S” on your keyboard, and grab any shape you’d like. Within the shapes tool, you can also click on “All shapes” to explore Miro’s full list of shapes. Alternatively, you can also drag and drop your own images right onto your Miro board.

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