Gliffy is an office software that enables team members to collaborate and visualize workflows using diagrams, flowcharts, mindmaps and more. Its features include HTML5 editor, infographic templates, link and social media sharing, and permission management. In this article, we cover Gliffy reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
Gliffy pricing is based on three annual subscription options: Team ($4.99/user/month), Personal ($7.99/month), and Enterprise (customized). The main difference between the plans is access to advanced features such as live diagram embedding, private sharing, commenting, team management, single sign-on (SSO), automatic diagram migration, shared online workspace, and more.
*All plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
Gliffy Diagram plug-ins for Jira Software and Confluence are also offered at $10/month for up to 10 users and $3.80/user/month (billed annually) for 11 to 100 users. Enterprise pricing for more than 100 users is customized.
Students with .edu emails may open a single-user Gliffy account and use it for free for four years.
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Summary of Positive Gliffy Reviews
Users who gave Gliffy a positive review said that it has a user-friendly drag-and-drop interface for creating diagrams and flowcharts. They added that it is highly customizable, which allows them to accurately visualize internal processes within their teams.
One user who gave Gliffy a positive review on Capterra said that the diagram creation interface has all the basic tools he needed to create workflow flowcharts. He added that its drag-and-drop nature is intuitive, making it easy for his team members to learn how to operate the platform.
Summary of Negative Gliffy Reviews
As of the date this article was written (June 6, 2019), there are very few negative Gliffy reviews online. However, some users wished for additional features such as custom icons and the ability to lock sections of the diagrams while editing.
Check out the list below of some of Gliffy’s features:
- HTML5 Editor
- Diagram and chart templates
- Team collaboration
- Link and social media sharing
- Restriction management
- Live diagram embedding
- And more
How can Gliffy users share their diagrams privately?
A private document on Gliffy can only be accessed through the Gliffy Online editor. Only the owner of the diagram and the team members who are invited to open it have access to the document. Owners can also manage who can view, edit, and comment on the diagrams.
Can Gliffy diagrams be exported?
Yes. Paid Gliffy accounts can export diagrams into multiple image formats. Free accounts, however, can only export to Gliffy’s own format, .gliffy.
Here is a list of some of Gliffy’s popular integrations: