Venn Diagram Template for Teams
Visually understand the relationships between different groups.
A Venn Diagram is one of the simplest ways to show the relationships between groups of things with a clear, visual display. These well-known diagrams were constructed by John Venn around 1880 and since then they are used to illustrate simple set relationships in probability, logic, statistics, linguistics and computer science.
About the Venn Diagram template
What is a Venn diagram?
There’s a reason Venn diagrams have been a staple of business meetings and presentations since the 1800s. Venn diagrams provide a clear, effective way to visually showcase relationships between datasets. They serve as a helpful visual aid in brainstorming sessions, meetings, and presentations.
You start by drawing a circle containing one concept, and then draw an overlapping circle containing another concept. In the space where the circles overlap, you can make note of the concepts’ similarities. In the space where they do not, you can make note of their differences.
Venn Diagrams are infinitely customizable. Many businesses like to use them when comparing two or more potential choices to determine their commonalities and key differences. Others use Venn Diagrams to organize information in a way that is digestible and visually appealing. Venn Diagrams can help teams break down complex ideas while brainstorming or problem-solving.
How does a Venn diagram work?
In a Venn diagram, the circles represent groups of things with a shared attribute. Areas where these circles overlap represent individuals that belong equally to the overlapped groups. For example, a Venn diagram with one circle representing things you want to do and another representing things you can do would have an overlapping zone where you can find things you want and can do.
Circles in a Venn diagram can overlap partially, overlap completely, or even be separate — letting the viewer see the relationship between the groups at a glance.
Venn diagrams have many uses: explaining relationships, displaying organizational systems, illustrating complex things and systems.
Miro allows you create Venn diagrams online together with your team and discuss them in real-time. Creating a Venn diagram in Miro is easy and free. It only takes a few seconds to add a template, insert text and images, and add comments.
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