Smart Flowchart Software for Linux - Create Flowchart on Linux with Ease
Overview of Edraw Flowchart Software For Linux
Edraw Flowchart Software is an easy-to-use flowchart software for Linux, which enables you to easily design any flowcharts such as audit flowchart, customer service flowchart, asset management flowchart, cross-functional flowchart, etc.
Free Download This Flowchart Software for Linux to Have a Try Its Powerful Features:
Edraw Max: a swiss knife for all your diagramming need
- Effortlessly create over 280 types of diagrams.
- Provide various templates & symbols to match your needs.
- Drag and drop interface and easy to use
- Customize every detail by using smart and dynamic toolkits.
- Compatible with a variety of file formats, such as MS Office, Visio, PDF, etc.
- Feel free to export, print and share your diagrams.
Compatible with Linux system including Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mint, Knoppix, RedHat, Gentoo and More.
Key Features of Edraw Flowchart Software for Linux
- A large collection of free vector flowchart symbols. You can resize, rotate it as you desire.
- Various ready-to-use flowchart templates and examples. User are able to free download, edit and share them.
- Smart connecting. You are allowed to connect shapes with smart connection lines.
- Easy to learn and use. No graphic design skills required. Just drag & drop the ready-made shapes to your page.
- Delicate styles. Abundant arrows, line styles, gradient fills and textures for each object are available.
- Works smoothly with other programs. It can export and work well on Word, Excel, Viso, equation files with a single button-click.
- A variety of export options. Files can be saved as many common formats including PDF, SVG, HTML, etc and printed exactly .
Basic Flowchart Symbols And Their Usage
Flowcharts use special shapes to represent different types of actions or steps in a process. Lines and arrows show the sequence of these steps, and the relationships between them.
- Rounded box - is used to represent an event which occurs automatically.
- Rectangle or box - most frequently used symbol, represents an event that is controlled within the process.
- Diamond - shows a decision point in the process. Generally, the statement in the symbol will require a `yes' or `no' response and branch to different parts of the flowchart accordingly.
- Circle - demonstrates a point at which the flowchart connects with another process.
How to Draw A Flowchart on Linux
Step 1: open a flowchart template
Go to File menu > New >Flowchart, and then double click Basic Flowchart to pen a blank drawing page for creating a flowchart on Linux.
Step 2: add flowchart shapes to the diagram from library
Library on the left panel of the program covers all flowchart shapes needed to design a flowchart, simply drag and drop them onto your drawing page.
Step 3: connect flowchart shapes
Shapes are connected automatically by clicking the floating action button to generate connectors between two shapes.
Step 4: add flowchart contents
To add text content to a shape or connector, double click it, and then type. Click on any blank area of the page to finish typing. After that, you have completed a flowchart.
Step 5: save or export completed flowchart
Click Save on File tab to save as the default .eddx format, or you can also select Export & Send under File to export the audit flow chart to images, PPT, PDF, Word format .etc.
Examples Created by Our Flowchart Software for Linux
Following are some flowchart examples made by our flowchart software on Linux. You can click to download, edit and share these examples.