Lucidchart is a web-based diagramming application that allows customers to collaborate and work together in real time to create flowcharts, organizational charts, website wireframes, Unified Modeling Language (UML) designs, mind maps, software prototypes, and many other types of diagrams.
To help customers who are new to Lucidchart, or just looking for new ways to use Lucidchart, a number of tutorials are available in the Lucidchart Support Center. Listed below are links to a number of useful tutorials to help customers get started with using Lucidchart:
The following tutorials provide an introduction to the Lucidchart editor and its basic features and functions. These tutorials also outline how to create new Lucidchart documents, change page settings, draw lines and objects, and import Lucidchart diagrams into Google Docs.
The following tutorials provide information on formatting elements within Lucidchart documents and diagrams, including lines, shapes, and text.
The following tutorials provide information about incorporating shape and image elements into a Lucidchart diagram, including details on locating additional shapes, uploading and cropping images, and creating custom shapes and flowcharts.
Customers can import a number of file types to the Lucidchart Editor, including Microsoft Visio files and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) files. Additionally, documents produced in Lucidchart can be exported in a variety of file formats, including PDF and multiple Image file formats. The following tutorials provide information on importing different file types and fonts into the Lucidchart editor, exporting and publishing Lucidchart documents, and importing diagrams to programs such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
Lucidchart offers a number of tools that allow customers to share and collaborate on documents created or edited through the Lucidchart Editor. The following tutorials provide information on sharing files and folders, commenting, real-time collaboration, and managing collaborators.